Conditio sine qua non
After weeks of speculation, TSMC has officially confirmed that Taiwan based TSMC announced its intention to build and operate an advanced semiconductor fab in Arizona, United States.
It is the Wright thing to do
Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright said he could not rule out a criminal investigation over the “unacceptable” disclosure of confidential discussions on the role of China’s Huawei Technologies in 5G network supply chains.
Would chuck away that phone if I were you
European leaders appeasing the rise of anti-immigration parties are using metadata on smartphones to start sending migrants back.
So much for cleaning out the swamp
Rather than sorting out the corrupt relationship between the US government and big corporations, it appears that the Senate wants to make it hard for consumers to sue financial companies who could not be bothered installing good IT security.
Pirate without fear
An international cybersecurity awareness survey found that 65 percent of US tech sector workers now use a virtual private network (VPN) on either work or personal devices.
$32.73 million a year to support local industry
Taiwan is to spend $32.73 million every year over a period of five years to develop artificial intelligence research centres.
When you are going to win you might as well be honest
The UK conservatives are so confident that they will win the coming election they are actually openly telling voters about some of their more unpopular plans so that they can claim they have a mandate.
Think of the children
The UK government has decided that it will ban all web sites which depict “unconventional sex”.
Not paying tax is the American way
The US government is furious that the EU is starting to get hacked off with US companies not paying tax.
Getting the message out
While the Turkish government is desperate to stop its citizens talking about the coup, its brutal crackdown afterwards and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s corruption, it is fighting an uphill battle.