Legal View
2:20
Yesterday

Intel ditches 5G smartphone modem business

Following an agreement to dismiss all litigation between Apple and Qualcomm, Intel says it will exit the 5G smartphone modem business.

2:30

MiX Telematics faces prosecution for alleged cartel conduct

The Competition Commission charges the JSE-listed firm and other telematics providers with alleged anti-competitive behaviour.

2:00

Blow for tech giants as EU approves copyright laws

Under the new law, online platforms will have to sign licensing agreements with authors and publishers to use their work.

1:10

Vodacom Tanzania settles charges against execs

Tanzanian authorities release five Vodacom employees, including the managing director, after the operator pays a $2.3 million settlement fee.

4:50

Today's fraud requires an unconventional approach

In addition to misappropriated money, today there is HR fraud, IP and data theft, and business misconduct, says Graham Reid, skills, development and training manager at Sebata Municipal Solutions.

6:50

Time to get personal about our privacy

It's time to face the reality of the world in which we live, where almost any service we use runs on our personal data.

3:20

What the new EU copyright law means for open source

The European Union has voted to adopt controversial copyright regulations that could negatively impact the ethos of open source software.

2:10

MTN Nigeria $2bn tax battle adjourned again

The court case between MTN Nigeria and the country's attorney general continued yesterday as lawyers argued over a $2 billion tax bill.

7:00

Data privacy is complicated

Everything you wanted to know about data privacy but were afraid to ask.

4:50

Fake videos bring a new era of fake news

Fake videos created using Deepfake AI-based software up the fake news stakes and herald a new method of cyber bullying.