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  • February 19, 2021 19 Feb'21

    Uber drivers should be classified as ‘workers’, UK Supreme Court confirms

    Supreme Court ruling brings Uber’s four-year legal battle to have its drivers classified as self-employed to an end, and could see its drivers in line to receive thousands of pounds in compensation

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  • February 19, 2021 19 Feb'21

    Biden will act on cyber security to fix SolarWinds mess

    US will take action to modernise its defences in the wake of the SolarWinds attack, says US government cyber lead Anne Neuberger

  • February 19, 2021 19 Feb'21

    Tech shortfalls erode company culture in mid-size businesses

    Nearly half of European office workers feel their company culture has suffered due to coronavirus restrictions, with companies faced with the difficult task of creating a supportive, digital-driven company culture that works for everyone

  • February 19, 2021 19 Feb'21

    Fujitsu bosses knew about Post Office Horizon IT flaws, says insider

    A former senior developer who worked for Fujitsu on the Post Office IT system that led to subpostmasters being falsely accused of fraud, has claimed bosses knew of fundamental flaws before going live

  • February 19, 2021 19 Feb'21

    Oracle unveils final cog in cloud strategy

    Oracle’s Roving Edge Infrastructure is getting interest from mining companies in Australia and manufacturers in ASEAN that are looking to run cloud-based workloads in edge locations

  • February 18, 2021 18 Feb'21

    Swedish police fined for unlawful use of facial-recognition app

    Sweden’s data watchdog has found that Swedish police failed to conduct the data protection checks required by law before using controversial facial-recognition tool

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