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The US supreme court is to hear the appeal in the case involving the department of justice’s attempts to access emails on a server in Dublin.

The Supreme Court of the United States is to hear an appeal by the US government in a case involving efforts to get Microsoft to hand over emails held(...)

Tim Cahill of Australia heads home the winning goal in Sydney. Photograph: Getty Images

Australia 2 Syria 1 (AET - Australia win 3-2 on aggregate) Syria’s dreams of a World Cup debut were dashed by Tim Cahill’s aerial prowess as Australi(...)

Liam Cunningham, who plays Davos Seaworth in ‘Game of Thrones’, will speak at the Web Summit

The company behind the Web Summit has a permanent six-bedroom “crash pad” for new employees arriving in Dublin as part of efforts to circumvent the ho(...)

The Microsoft case has been less headline-grabbing than Google’s news-dominating mega-fine this week, but it is the far more important case of the two. Photograph: Brian Snyder/Reuters

A week may be a long time in politics, but in business, just five days has been time enough for two developments that will worry many tech multination(...)

The US supreme court has been asked by the US government to decide a case involving efforts by law enforcement to access emails held on a Microsoft server in Dublin. Photograph: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

The United States government has appealed to its own Supreme Court in a case involving US law enforcement’s efforts to gain access to emails held on M(...)

Protesters gather outside the White House in Washingtonon Thursday. Photograph: AP

The heads of some of the largest and most influential American technology companies expressed their “deep disappointment” at Donald Trump’s decision t(...)

The WannaCry hackers  targeted the weakest links. In response Microsoft made the unusual move last weekend of releasing a patch for Windows XP and other unsupported systems.  Photograph: iStock

The message on the screen began with the jaunty, almost innocuous line “ooops, your files have been encrypted!” as if the user had made a silly mistak(...)

A screenshot of the warning screen from a purported ransomware attack. Photo: AP

We were driving up the M6 in the UK on Friday last when news started trickling in of the WannaCry worm attack that was rapidly ossifying the operation(...)

 A ransomware cyberattack on a laptop in Taipei, Taiwan.

The WannaCry cyber attack has dented the reputations of organisations including the UK National Health Service, Telefónica of Spain and the US Nationa(...)

The unprecedented ransomware cyberattack that spread across the world last Friday, crippling computers and affecting hospitals, factories and transpor(...)

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