Returning to the cold war
The subsea cable market is in danger of dividing into eastern and western blocs as the US is putting pressure on companies to avoid Chinese ties.
It is bad enough that they are out-of-date at launch
France has opened an investigation into planned obsolescence of Apple products.
OPPO and OnePlus cut French Connection
Rumours that Chinese firms OPPO and OnePlus had enough of France and were starting to downsize their operations have proven true.
Illegally harvesting iPhone owners' data
While the Tame Apple Press applauded Job's Mob's moves to tackle privacy issues from Facebook and other clients, it appears that the French data protection authority, CNIL was less impressed.
Take your nasty 'amburger eating cookies out of our sight
France's privacy watchdog has decided not to surrender to the software king of the world Microsoft and fined the outfit €60 million for dropping advertising cookies in users' computers without their explicit consent in violation of data protection laws in the European Union.
We 'ave no intention of giving our data to you 'amburger eaters
The French minister of national education and youth is banning the use of US based computers which send data to the land of the fee.
European Court of Justice (ECJ) issued rulings that limit indiscriminate data retention in France and Germany after several watchdogs ignored them
Government wants to know where its citizens are at all times in case they are building a guillotine
The French government is so worried that its citizens might revolt and chop off their heads in the roundabout in the Place de la Concorde that they are spending a fortune on new biometric cards to keep an eye on them.
Excusez-moi, we just don’t trust you anymore.
France's largest bank BNP Paribas has cut off its Russia-based workforce from its internal computer systems in a move to defend itself against a cyberattack.
Failed to negotiate fair deals with news publishers
Google was fined 500 million euro ($593 million) Tuesday by French competition regulators for failing to comply with an order to negotiate fair deals with news publishers for the use of their content.