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The Week That Was: IT and Media news week 11

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281 women journalists were attacked in the European Union and candidate countries last year. Women journalists more commonly face verbal attacks than their male colleagues,  according to partners in the

The Week That Was: IT and Media news week 10

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European information and communication technology (ICT) spending will total $1.1 trillion in 2024 and will reach more than $1.3 trillion by 2027, recording a five-year (2022-2027) compound annual growth rate

The Week That Was: IT and Media news week 9

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Facebook will not pay publishers for news. “People don’t come to Facebook for news and political content”, Facebook-owner Meta says. The company is closing Facebook News in the US and

The Week That Was: IT and Media news week 8

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Cyber risks are top concerns for companies. Authorities from 10 countries say they have now disrupted the criminal operation of the LockBit ransomware group – one of the world’s most

The Week That Was: IT and Media news week 7

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It is clear that cyber will play a prominent role in major armed conflicts going forward. Iran-linked groups are likely to continue to conduct destructive cyber attacks, particularly in the

The Week That Was: IT and Media news week 6

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Meta needs to reconsider its policy for manipulated media, the company’s Oversight Board says. Easily accessible tools mean manipulated media can be a threat in 2024, which is a big

The Week That Was: IT and Media news week 5

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Most of restrictions and worries during the pandemic are by now forgotten but discussions about pros and cons with working from home continue. A new survey shows that when organizations

The Week That Was: IT and Media news week 4

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The elections of 2024 are at risk of manipulation from a large quantity of high quality AI-generated falsehoods. Over 100 deep-fake video advertisements impersonating Prime Minister Rishi Sunak were paid
IT and Media news week 3.

The Week That Was: IT and Media news week 3

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30% of jobs in advanced economies can be negatively affected by artificial intelligence. Women and more educated workers are at higher risk. Almost 40% of global employment is exposed to

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