LONDON, UK: At least eight leading US-based technology companies have called on Washington to overhaul its surveillance laws following revelations of online eavesdropping by fugitive US intelligence whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
10 Dec 2013 06:56
Sandton is set to see its first newly built hotel in four years, when 177 Empire Place, which is being developed by hotel group Executive Apartments and Hotels, opens next year.
By Alistair Anderson 3 Dec 2013 11:48
SAN FRANCISCO, USA: Facebook is ending a feature that allowed users to hide from the social network's billion-plus members.
14 Oct 2013 07:01
It is no accident that few people have ever heard of Rayhaan Hassim, the driving force behind Aucor, one of South Africa's biggest auction houses and a ream of other businesses. He is obsessively private. No photographs of him appear on any of his companies websites and he refused to be photographed by Business Times.
By Tina Weavind 17 Sep 2013 11:00
The credibility of Julius Malema is not a commodity in which someone would readily invest. Thus one must treat with caution his suggestion that his tax issues are not a problem or his suggestions that while he was a member of the ANC he was not required to pay tax.
30 Jul 2013 09:45
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: The Europe Union's (EU) justice commissioner has hailed a call by German Chancellor Angela Merkel for tighter privacy controls on Internet companies amid reports of sweeping US government surveillance online.
16 Jul 2013 07:20
WELLINGTON NEW ZEALAND: Lawyers for Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom accused the US government on Wednesday (8 May) of launching a flawed prosecution against their client with "frightening" implications for all Internet users.
8 May 2013 10:28
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