The Cnil imposes a fine of 60 million euros on Microsoft

The Cnil imposes a fine of 60 million euros on Microsoft

Published on: 22/12/2022 – 17:25 The American company Microsoft is accused of not having introduced a mechanism that makes it as easy to reject cookies as to accept them “. This sanction comes from an investigation conducted by the CNIL from September 2020 to May 2021 regarding Microsoft’s bing.com search engine. It is the largest … Read more

How do you protect yourself from online insurance fraud?

This article was written in collaboration with Refassu. Like all other digitized domains, online insurance is not free from fraudulent practices. Fraudsters rely on a diversification of sophisticated strategies to deceive the vigilance of consumers and sometimes even the most informed. Credit 123RF Here are some practical and crucial tips to help you protect yourself … Read more

UK, France… the digital tax brings a lot of money to the states

UK, France... the digital tax brings a lot of money to the states

Published on: 23/11/2022 – 14:23 More than two years after its implementation in the UK, the Gafa tax is paying off big for the government. The government will collect 360 million pounds sterling this year under this tax, which is primarily aimed at tech giants: Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple. This is good news for … Read more

Microsoft will continue to help Ukraine with 100 million dollars

Microsoft will provide Ukraine with additional technology support of up to $100 million in 2023 to help protect the country, Microsoft Vice President Brad Smith said Thursday at a news conference in Lisbon. Ukraine will be able to use Microsoft’s cloud and artificial intelligence services as well as its data centers across Europe, he explained … Read more

Elon Musk, new owner of Twitter, passes on false claims, then deletes his tweet

Elon Musk, new owner of Twitter, passes on false claims, then deletes his tweet

Facing an outcry, Twitter’s newest owner, Elon Musk, on Sunday deleted a tweet alleging the assault of the husband of House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, as his recent acquisition of the platform raised fears of a resurgence of misinformation about the app. “There is a small possibility that appearances are deceiving,” the billionaire wrote on … Read more

Amazon’s pessimism shocks its shareholders

Amazon's pessimism shocks its shareholders

The group’s forecasts for the fourth quarter, its strongest period due to end-of-year holiday buying, disappointed shareholders. Washington The return to profit for Amazon does little to reassure Wall Street, which has also been traumatized by a series of disappointing quarterly results for the biggest names in tech, from Microsoft to Google, via Meta and … Read more

UK questions net neutrality

UK questions net neutrality

By Ingrid Vergara Posted 1 minute ago, Update 1 minute ago For Ofcom, putting net neutrality back on the books will allow operators to offer more or less expensive packages, depending on the level of debit the user is willing to pay. 52120546/mindscanner – stock.adobe.com The telecommunications regulator wants to revise the current rules to … Read more

Amazon is targeted by £900 million lawsuit in the UK

Amazon is targeted by £900 million lawsuit in the UK

The American giant is accused of illegally promoting its products on the platform. US internet giant Amazon is the subject of a £900m lawsuit brought on behalf of millions of UK users who accuse it of illegally promoting its products on its platform. The case is to be brought before the end of October at … Read more

Microsoft unveils three new Surface computers

Microsoft unveils three new Surface computers

During its Fall Out 2022 conference, the American company expanded its Surface range with a tablet, a computer and a PC. After Google, Amazon and Apple, it’s Microsoft’s turn to present its Surface hardware lineup for the season at its Fall Out 2022 conference on Wednesday, October 12. At the end of 2021, Microsoft broke … Read more

The local authorities’ “no” to Microsoft

The local authorities' "no" to Microsoft

By Elsa Bembaron Released 2 hours ago, Update 2 hours ago The increase in prices of more than 20% for Microsoft’s office suite and the consequences of the American Cloud Act are encouraging local authorities to look for French alternatives. Andrii Synenkyi/Angelov/Adobe Stock After Lyon, it is Haute-Garonne’s turn to look for alternatives to the … Read more