Businesses will have to pay 4% of their annual global turnover or a €20 million fine if they experience a data breach.
The city council has voted to place a measure on the November ballot asking residents to authorise taxing businesses between $9 and $149 per employee.
There is increasing evidence that we are more productive the less we check our emails.
The expansion, called IGTV, will increase Instagram's video time limit from one minute to 10 minutes for most users.
Verizon is first major U.S. wireless carrier to step back from a business practice that has drawn criticism for endangering privacy.
The loophole will be shut down in a forthcoming update to Apple's iOS software, which powers iPhones.
From Africa to Bogota, a global village of tech hubs is diluting the innovation hegemony of Silicon Valley.
Discussion on automation often focuses on dystopian outcomes but it could improve gender equality at work.
The search giant had been formulating a patchwork of policies around ethical questions for years, and finally put them in writing.
A software bug in Facebook led some users to post publicly by default regardless of their previous privacy settings.
Facebook could soon hold more data on its users than any government.
The Financial Times reported that Alexander Nix banked $8m for "unbooked services".
Visa says computers systems now operating at 'full capacity' after major disruption inflicts payment chaos on customers.
Advances in B2B technology opens the door to new revenue opportunities and improved customer relations.
Apple had argued it was owed more than $1 billon while Samsung contended the amount should be only $28 million.
An Arizona woman was killed by the Uber vehicle in the first known pedestrian. death by a self-driving car.
Mark Zuckerberg will face a public grilling over Cambridge Analytica data scandal at the European Parliament.
"Right to disconnect" bill sponsored by New York City councilman wants to fine employers $250 who require staff to answer calls and emails after hours.
The woman driving the car had not touched the steering wheel for over a minute before her Tesla Model S crashed into a truck.
End users across the enterprise are being targeted because they are the new "weak link" by hackers.