Leonid Bershidsky

Leonid Bershidsky

EU crackdown hasn’t made US tech change its behaviour

EU crackdown hasn’t made US tech change its behaviour

Apple and Google have found easy ways to circumvent the Competition Commissioner’s demands

I’m sorry I criticised you, Apple. You win

I’m sorry I criticised you, Apple. You win

Tim Cook’s company is a rock of common sense in an industry that’s gone rogue, writes Leonid Bershidsky

Reality bites for the social media giants like Facebook

Reality bites for the social media giants like Facebook

Ethical concerns and shifting public attitudes mean Facebook’s carefree years of unregulated, untaxed growth are coming to an end

Why Putin won’t admit the truth about doping

Why Putin won’t admit the truth about doping

The Russian president will continue to deny state involvement because the stakes are too high, writes Leonid Bershidsky

Zero tolerance is Russia’s only way out

Zero tolerance is Russia’s only way out

Comment: There is some truth to the ‘everyone is doing it’ argument which is used to justify doping in Russia – but whataboutery won’t deflect a scandal of this size, writes Leonid Bershidsky

OPINION: Apple isn't responsible for your nude selfies

OPINION: Apple isn't responsible for your nude selfies

What do you do if you're a celebrity and nude pictures you happened to store in the cloud are suddenly all over the Internet?

What happened Flappy Bird?

What happened Flappy Bird?

If the story of Flappy Bird, a simple game for touchscreen devices that was downloaded about 50 million times before its developer took it down, weren't true, some novelist should have invented it.