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Kaspersky sues Dutch newspaper for defamation

Embattled security firm Kaspersky has taken its fight against ‘fake news’ to the next level by suing Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf for defamation. The Russian cybersecurity company, led by Eugene Kaspersky, is taking the paper to court after it ran a sensational story about a female hacker gaining access to Kaspersky’s corporate network and obtaining a… Read More

Law firms expect job cuts due to artificial intelligence

Lawyers at some of the biggest firms in London expect job losses in their workplaces because of artificial intelligence. Research from commercial property company CBRE has found that nearly half of the largest law firms in London think that junior and support roles will be reduced due to the introduction of artificial intelligence. 5% of… Read More

UK Data Protection Bill to put more power into users’ hands

The UK government has announced plans to introduce a new Data Protection Bill. The law, drafted by Digital Minister, Matt Hancock, will allow users to delete sensitive information from the web. The new Data Protection Bill will allow UK citizens to request that companies erase their personal data, aiming to simplify the data withdrawal process…. Read More