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The German bank joins BBVA, Sberbank and tech giants such as Accenture and Microsoft as a partner for the centre, which was set up last year in an effort to develop policy frameworks and build collaboration to help shape the world's tech-driven future.
Published in Germany

Speaking at a dinner at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday, George Soros delivered a scathing speech in which he said Facebook and Google were a "menace" to society and called for increased government regulation of both companies.

Published in Cyber News
The problems arose during a regular internal IT update, the Bank says, "indirectly affecting our ability to process a limited number of transactions for wholesale counterparties by the usual means".
Published in UK

French startup Blade, the company behind Shadow, is launching its cloud gaming service in the U.K. Just like in the U.S., the company is starting with a pre-sale before accepting all customers.

Published in France
Friday, 26 January 2018 13:22

Is Twitter safe for Children?

Twitter has been around for 12 years now, even if that is hard to believe. Like all social media networks – or at least the big names including Facebook, Snapchat and others – Twitter has a minimum age requirement for creating an account.

Published in Cyber News
Dream Machines is a relatively new European gaming hardware company that produce a range of bespoke gaming laptops.
Published in Gaming

The General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect May 25, 2018, but only 38% of UK companies are aware of what it is.

Published in UK

Digital fraudsters posing as HMRC send text messages to unsuspecting members of the public and make false claims, such as suggesting they are due a tax rebate.

Published in Cyber News


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