The much more lucrative and insidious monopoly is what the internet behemoth makes from selling to its advertisers: you.
With surging subscribers and no declining ad revenue to worry about, Netflix is thriving amid the pandemic — and it's not the only one.
Responsibility for the global ransomware attack underway rests with an intelligence community that recklessly stockpiles software flaws for their own use, rather than have them fixed to improve security.
Got a Yahoo email account? Delete it - the NSA has been rifling through it, with the help of Yahoo itself, an explosive report has revealed.
Much of the benefit of the government's budget handout to small business will flow into the bottom lines of companies being targeted for multinational tax avoidance, write Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer.
The growing use of encryption and anonymisation tools by companies and consumers is infuriating security agencies and the copyright industry. When will they move against them?
The most exciting thing to come out of Apple's announcement at its Worldwide Developers Conference isn't a shiny new gadget -- it's a whole new toolkit for developers.
Our parliamentarians may be protected from spying by the NSA. But no one's too sure after yesterday.