Brad Smith

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Microsoft president and chief legal officer Brad Smith at Trinity College Dublin. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Microsoft has launched a service in Ireland to protect political candidates and parties against possible interference in elections. AccountGuard, whi(...)

There is certainly plenty for attendees at Web Summit to savour with 23 conferences taking place across nine main stages

With the fuss over its future now settled, Web Summit returns to Lisbon again next week bringing along more than 70,000 attendees from 170 countries t(...)

Emmy winner: The Farthest tells the story of Nasa’s Voyager space probes

Emer Reynolds says that waking up in New York this morning to more than 500 Twitter and text messages, after scooping an Emmy last night for her docum(...)

The Microsoft office in Cambridge, Massachusetts: A US court has given Microsoft permission to seize control of the six website domains as part of an ongoing case. Photograph:  Brian Snyder/Reuters

Microsoft has uncovered six internet domains used by Kremlin-linked hackers that targeted Republican-leaning US political groups, in a sign Russian ef(...)

Microsoft founder Bill Gates: firm has put real corporate will, finance and muscle into issues and areas with long-term consequence, like privacy and social inclusion. Photograph: Rick Wilking

When Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg testified before the US Congress last month, his deferential style was contrasted with that of another one-time chief (...)

At the end of March, President Donald Trump signed into law the Cloud Act, which removed the ambiguity over whether a US court could demand data held extraterritorially. Photograph: Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA

The Microsoft Dublin email case has ended with a whimper rather than a bang. The case, which concerns whether the United States government may use a (...)

Microsoft said it would not object to the US government’s request that the case before the supreme court be dismissed. Photograph: Reuters/Dado Ruvic

Microsoft has backed the US justice department’s request that the US supreme court dismiss a long-running case in which law enforcement authorities in(...)

Microsoft: the US government says prosecutors are entitled to data it stores overseas. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

A major privacy-rights fight between Microsoft and the US justice department that began in Ireland reaches the American supreme court this week, with (...)

The Web Summit: in the sunshine of its new Lisbon home  – temperatures are expected to reach 21 degrees during the week –  an anticipated 60,000 people are set to attend the events.

MONDAY Results: Avis Budget Group, Horizon Pharma, Jones Lang LaSalle, Mylan. Indicators: Irish Industrial production (Sep); Euro-zone composite, (...)

The Microsoft Ireland email case, now headed for the United States Supreme Court, will yet again place Ireland at the heart of a case in which one of (...)

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