The ongoing uncertainty around freedom of movement post-Brexit is affecting the recruitment of technology talent and causing concern among UK tech entrepreneurs about a possible skills shortage.
Chip processor Intel has taken a significant step towards overturning a €1bn fine imposed by the European Commission (EC) after it won the right to a review.
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The People's Bank of China (PBoC) has announced an immediate ban on initial coin offerings (ICOs)declaring them illegal and a threat to financial stability.
JPMorgan Chase, the biggest bank in the US, has been awarded a patent for the technology that allows mobile applications that talk to each other, attracting criticism from the tech and intellectual property community that believe the process is so commonplace in today's smartphones that no single company, least of all a bank, can lay claim to the patent.
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Daniel Kaye, a 29 year old from Surrey, has been extradited from Germany to face allegations that he was responsible for a series of cyberattacks against two UK high street banks - Lloyds and Barclays.
The Australian government has announced plans to strengthen its anti-money laundering rules with new reforms that will include digital currencies for the first time.
Walter Merricks, the man spearheading a £14 billion class action lawsuit against Mastercard for overcharging customers, has lodged an appeal against a tribunal's decision to dismiss the claim.