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A Google sign in Shanghai, China, September 17th, 2018. Reuters/Aly Song

When you google Google’s birthday the results are confusing. On September 15th 1997 the oracle that has made us all-knowing all of the time (and simul(...)

Marketing lecturer Dave Alton. Photograph: Tomas Tyner, UCC

One of the most widely observed consequences of the proliferation of digital media has been the opportunity it has afforded businesses, particularly t(...)

Some companies, such as Facebook say they will offer users internationally the same privacy controls they will give to EU citizens under GDPR. Photograph:  Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

When it comes to laws that directly impact how citizens engage with technology – and vice versa – California regularly sets national, even internation(...)

The fintech conference, Moneyconf, at RDS has attracted more than 5,000 attendees from 84 countries. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Ireland’s corporate tax regime is back in the international spotlight today. The Republic is the biggest “tax haven” in the world used by multinationa(...)

Patrick Scully, managing director and vice president of Oath. Photograph:   Dara Mac Donaill

US tech firm Oath plans to double its global users to 2 billion by 2020, with the Dublin-based European headquarters set to play a significant part in(...)

Oath is the media division of Verizon that includes AOL and the remnants of Yahoo. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Oath, the media division of Verizon that includes AOL and the remnants of Yahoo, has declared Irish assets of almost €700 million. Documents filed in(...)

On the “dark web”, user credentials are traded by the million; your personal information might be worth only a few pennies at best. Photograph: Photothek via Getty Images

In February 2012 there was a metaphorical explosion in online privacy. A Singapore-based blogger discovered that social-networking app Path had a dram(...)

Tim Armstrong: the former Google executive ran AOL until its $4.4 billion sale to Verizon in 2015. Photograph: Patrick T Fallon/Bloomberg

Tim Armstrong, the former AOL chief executive, is being considered to succeed Martin Sorrell as head of WPP, the marketing and communications group, a(...)

The fine is the first the US Securities and Exchange Commission has levied against a public company for failing to disclose a cyber breach. Photograph:  FG/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images

Altaba, formerly called Yahoo, will pay $35 million to settle charges it misled investors by failing to disclose a massive 2014 security breach, the (...)

Results included a $249m charge related to an early repayment of debt and $107 million of acquisition costs related to its Oath unit which houses the Yahoo and AOL businesses. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Verizon beat expectations in the first quarter of the year with revenue growing 6.6 per cent to $31.8 billion (€26 billion). The telecoms company s(...)

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