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Google misled customers about use of location data, court rules

Google misled customers about use of location data, court rules

Google misled some consumers about the digital giant’s collection and use of their location data, the Federal Court has ruled in a decision touted as a world-first by the consumer watchdog. In a decision on Friday, Justice Thomas Thawley said the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) had established Google misled some users of Android...

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Should firms be more worried about firmware cyber-attacks?

Should firms be more worried about firmware cyber-attacks?

Computing giant Microsoft recently put out a report claiming that businesses globally are neglecting a key aspect of their cyber-security – the need to protect computers, servers and other devices from firmware attacks. Its survey of 1,000 cyber-security decision makers at enterprises across multiple industries in the UK, US, Germany, Japan and China has revealed...

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2021 Samsung Australian IT Awards Now Open for Entries

2021 Samsung Australian IT Awards Now Open for Entries

Awards Evening set for July 16th, 2021   The 19th Annual Samsung  IT Journalism Awards is open for entries with the industry’s night of nights to be held on July 16th, 2021 at Luna Park, Sydney. Samsung has again re-committed to supporting this year’s Awards program, which will recognise excellence in technology journalism and media for the...

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Super Nintendo World opens in Japan after Covid delays

Super Nintendo World opens in Japan after Covid delays

A theme park dedicated to Nintendo’s famous Super Mario World has opened in Japan, nearly a year after it was originally due to welcome guests. Super Nintendo World – which cost about $0.5bn (£0.36bn) to build – was meant to open last summer but was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. Initially only Japanese visitors can...

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Samsung warns of ‘serious imbalance’ in chip industry

Samsung warns of ‘serious imbalance’ in chip industry

Samsung, the world’s biggest computer-chip manufacturer, has warned of a “serious imbalance” in the semiconductor industry, as global shortages cause disruption. It also said it might skip the launch of the next Galaxy Note smartphone, to streamline its lineup. There are growing fears market shortages could slow economic recovery after coronavirus. EU, US and Chinese...

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