The popular Q&A website announces the data of its 100 million-odd users has been compromised. The only thing is, a lot of those users didn't even know they had an account.
As Australian political parties prepare for three big elections in the next six months, they are adopting sophisticated 'big data' crunching techniques to target voters.
As Queensland's population continues to swell, the State Government is throwing open the doors with a website designed to give the public troves of data to ensure growth is delivered to all the right places.
They may be slightly off the beaten track, but two towns in South Australia say Google and Apple have got it wrong when it comes to travel times — and it's costing both towns crucial tourism trade.
Apple and Amazon stocks drop after Bloomberg reports that both tech giants have had their systems infiltrated by Chinese spies.
The legal profession is feeling the effects of digital disruption and the way it is impacting on how individuals and firms operate.
Australian tech stocks are fairly scare and recently highly sought after commodities — that's sent their share prices soaring, but is there substance beneath the froth, or just bubbles?
Fact checkers, journalists, tech giants and media consumers all have a role to play in combating disinformation, writes RMIT ABC Fact Check director Russell Skelton.
Healthcare workers say existing concerns about patient privacy are likely to extend to My Health Record — a system that promises to make health data available to more medical practitioners than ever before.
As governments and corporations start to rely more on algorithms to make decisions without human input, they'll "screw [some] people by default", a visiting professor warns.