Articles by Alastair Stevenson
The hacker cell of the Anonymous collective has re-targeted the US Federal Bureau of Investigation, releasing a recording of an internal conference call.
Samsung has denied reports that European Union regulators are investigating whether the company breached anti-trust laws during its current series of patent infringement cases.
Security expert Rik Ferguson tells IBTimes UK that copyright legislation is very real threat to Britain's online freedoms.
A subpoena demanding the Twitter information of an account associated with the Occupy movement has caused outrage among activist and hacktivist groups online.
Anti-Acta petition attracts more than one million signatures in less than a week.
UK ignores protests online and offline and accepts Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, leaving it just five signatures shy of universal EU approval.
Five technology companies, including Apple and Google, are set to face a lawsuit for claiming they violated a number of anti-trust laws.
With 2012's Mobile World Conference (MWC) just around the corner, the International Business Times UK has trawled the cyber highways to give you the latest dish on Samsung's highly anticipated next series of products.
Two of the Netherlands' largest internet service providers (ISPs) have flouted anti-piracy foundation Brein's order for them to block access to The Pirate Bay file sharing site.
HTC is set to re-focus its efforts on the iPhone and Galaxy dominated high-end smartphone market, releasing a new set of "hero" handsets.
Information leaked by the Anonymous collective has exposed a state-sponsored spying campaign targeting the Occupy movement.
The hacker cell of the Anonymous collective has targeted the UFC, defacing its official website and posting data taken during a cyber raid on its networks.
Security experts and protesters have attacked the Anonymous collective claiming its DDoS campaign is hurting, not helping anti-Acta efforts.
Reports suggest that despite widespread demand by fans, Samsung's follow up to its popular Galaxy S2 smartphone won't be launching anytime soon.
With Anonymous’ global anti-censorship campaign forcing it out of the cyber shadows into the political limelight, the International Business Times UK takes a hindsight look at the hacktivists’ 10 most memorable moments.
The parent company of the PayPal payment service has issued a statement voicing its opposition to the controversial Sopa, Pipa and Acta acts.
While not the Ice Cream Sandwich flavoured iPad-killer consumers expected, the Xoom 2 is a solidly built Android device that teases at tablet perfection.
Security experts have criticised the Anonymous collective's reaction to the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (Acta), describing it as premature.
The creator of Anonyupload has attacked the Anonymous collective's insistence that the site is a scam, in an interview with the International Business Times UK.
Security experts have come to list the confusions around the Anonyuploads site as a key example of the weakness in Anonymous' structure.