Monday, April 03
Maurice pourrait suivre l’exemple de l’Australie qui a décidé d’obliger les multinationales de l’informatique à cesser de déclarer, dans d’autres juridictions où les impôts sont plus faibles, des revenus engrangés sur son marché.
Thursday, February 23
ill Gates has called for a tax on robots to make up for lost taxes from workers whose jobs are destroyed by automation.
Tuesday, February 14
Le Mauritius Institute of Education (MIE), en collaboration avec Microsoft, a lancé, cette semaine, sa plate-forme de ressources d’apprentissage en ligne baptisé « MIE Virtual Campus. » Cette plate-forme permet d’accéder et de partager des ressources pédagogiques et des cours en ligne.
Tuesday, November 01
Google and Microsoft are butting heads over the disclosure of vulnerabilities. On Monday, Google revealed a critical flaw in Windows after it gave Microsoft a ten-day window to warn the public about it.
Wednesday, October 05
Yahoo in April of last year began secretly scanning the incoming emails of its hundreds of millions of users to comply with an order from the U.S. intelligence community, a move that prompted at least two company officials to leave, according to a former Yahoo employee familiar with the matter.
Wednesday, July 27
Data protection authority gives Microsoft three months to comply with French privacy laws
Tuesday, June 14
Microsoft just bought LinkedIn for $26 billion dollars, or $196 per LinkedIn share, a 50% premium to the Friday market closing price of $131.
Friday, April 15
Microsoft Corp has sued the U.S. government for the right to tell its customers when a federal agency is looking at their emails, the latest in a series of clashes over privacy between the technology industry and Washington.
Thursday, March 31
Microsoft Corp executives are in early talks with potential Yahoo Inc investors about contributing to financing to buy the troubled Internet company, a person familiar with the situation said.
Tuesday, February 23
In the days since the FBI revealed it needs Apple’s help to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters, many have taken sides in what the company, resisting the request, has framed as a debate about fundamental civil liberties.