The UK’s data protection bill is facing fresh controversy and the threat of legal action if the government does not ditch an amendment which removes data protection rights in instances where the Home Office deems it could prejudice “effective immigration control”. Or the “investigation or detection of activities that would undermine the maintenance of effective immigration
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Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.Getty Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Monday. 1. Buzzy augmented reality startup Magic Leap accused an employee of stealing $1 million (£726,000) over several months, after allegedly colluding with an external recruitment agency. Magic Leap has raised $1.9 billion (£1.4 billion) since 2011 but has yet
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Photo: Gizmodo, Gizmodo, Image: Marvel, Screenshot: YouTube If your week was anything like mine, it started off fine, quickly devolved into a neverending stream of shit, and capped off with a freak storm that plunged you into darkness. But brighter times and sunny skies lie ahead—unless you work at Apple, where it’s not even safe
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Humans may remain pathetic creatures of meat and bone, but the era of the almighty humanoid terminator is not yet upon us. CNBC recently got an opportunity to test-drive South Korean firm Hankook Mirae Technology’s really cool looking Method-2, which just so happens to be the very bipedal robot that aspiring post-apocalyptic warlord Jeff Bezos
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A poster for Solo: A Star Wars StoryPhoto: Disney/Lucasfilm Solo: A Star Wars Story is currently being promoted with a series of stylish, colorful posters. According to one French artist, those posters are plagiarizing his work. The accuser is Hachim Bahous, an artist who designed a series of album covers for Sony Music France that,
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