No, your snooping boss did not breach your human rights, Euro court tells sacked Frenchman
MPs want to know what the kids are up to
Hör auf damit!
Gov’s bid to keep cash in data protection watchdog’s coffers
Theo Blackwell says data can help capital cope with 1m more bods
At least it only wants to break crypto after getting a warrant
When Australians buy apps on the Store, punters' sales taxes will come on shore
Lo-tech brainwave 'won't solve everything', says biz
Web still looking pretty toxic
As PM lacks specifics on UK’s desired ‘adequacy-plus’ deal
When the lawyer thinks you're cruel, that's Damore. When you're thrown on the street with a cloud at your feet...
Second privacy ruling to go against Zuck and co in a week
Cheapo merger terms wouldn't get past regulator, it says
Sort out your safety policies... oh, and share all your travel info with us
Analysis And publishers – have you thought of trying something new?
Analysis Fine line between free market and favors for pals
Updated Yep, it's another case of the unchecked filing cabinet
IT contractors warned to get house in order
Swansea firm carries on direct marketing, lands extra fine
NY court rules pics can be accessed if relevant to litigation
Analysis UK.gov schtum on false positives, appeals process and long-term impact
WikiLeaker 'considers himself above the normal rule of law' says Chief Magistrate
NHS most trusted with our info, survey says, social media isn't
Court favours consumer group in long-running dispute
Civil rights groups slam trial as 'breathtakingly invasive'
Global government affairs veep wants trade rules to apply
Funds to prop up critical service diverted to bankroll other stuff, watchdog not impressed
Bitter legal brouhaha ends with smiles... from Uber, anyway
Problem? It's, er, only 60 calls per UK resident
Social media titans take heat over kremlebots and fake news
Whois and ICANN – the Sonny and Cher of internet policy
AGs cry foul over Google's $8.5m class-action settlement
Thousands of personal details taken unlawfully, court finds
Too many staff, too few claimants, in-house ID system with 50% success rate...
Group warms up for greater powers once GDPR hits
It only took 8 months to create a recruitment framework
They drive slower, less often, and take cheap trips, joint study with Stanford concludes
Bad luck, Ecuador. Your cleaners must really want their cupboard back by now
Minister promises strategy in June – just six years late, then
It's enough to send UK staff on 'mental wellbeing days'. Done that? Talk about Big Blue!
And social media giants will be the ones to clean it up
Don't panic, Captain Mainwaring!