Technology firms could be forced into a no-win situation if the UK government’s investigatory powers bill passes without substantial changes from its current draft form.
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US authorities have charged four men with orchestrating “the largest theft of customer data from a US financial institution in history” in indictments unsealed on Tuesday.
The latest attempt by the government to rehabilitate the battered reputation of the City of London takes place on Wednesday when Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, invites the public to have their say on the future of financial markets.
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Tottenham Hotspur's Kevin Wimmer hopes to get a game on international duty.
The Serious Fraud Office has dropped fraud charges against Japanese camera-maker Olympus and its UK subsidiary Gyrus Group relating to an accounting scandal four years ago.
Massimo Cellino could be seeking to sell just part of his stake at Leeds, rather than the entirety.
Crystal Palace have tested out a number of forwards in their team this season.
The singer is to ditch his band for the tour, which he is undertaking because he has never had a bad review and fancies a challenge