UK Information Commissioner orders firm's founder to cough up professor's dossier
Mountain View's Empire Strikes Back against election meddling
Time to ditch the Facebook login: If customers' data should be protected, why hand it over to Zuckerberg?
Comment How The Social Network and its partners use that info is a total black box
[Insert peals of laughter and guffawing here]
‘Dynamic Security Feature’ ruled Dodgy Sales FUD by Australian regulator
'Hang on, we're selling what? In our stores? To our people?
Private company conducting search says ocean survey looks great, just doesn’t show plane
Judge: We had a 21-day hearing, why didn't you voice concerns about GDPR then?
US can't operate in 'splendid isolation' – Giovanni Buttarelli
+COMMENT We'll slice and dice you, for your own good, obviously. Promise
But minister quite likes the idea if it can find terrorists, kid vid horrors, has 'safeguards'
Now it's a little more tricky to claim a worker isn't a staffer
GDP-argh! Trade groups say ad biz must clarify data use, take share of liability
Also wants journos to do gov info ops, but let's focus on sensible idea
Interview New rules needed for an increasingly dubious aspect of American law
Legal eagles funneled class-action windfall to favorites
Let's slow down the wheels of justice some more, eh, Zuck?
Data Protection Bill New amendments aim to stop NHS data-sharing, scrap immigration exemption
French-born man says country took his 24-yr-old domain name
Comment Bye Amber Rudd. And hey, maybe it's time to talk about consent
'Necessary hashtags' Rudd replaced by local gov sec
Unauthorised leak of non-proposal referred to the Feds. Wait, what?
Bill Morrow says what Australia's been thinking for about a decade
Not too dissimilar to lighting a firework indoors – and then legging it to the nearest exit
Exclusive Language tweak makes internet giants safer than ever, say rights groups
It's really high profile, you know
Director Mark Collins on becoming a key challenger in full fibre
Zuck's CTO adds to PR apologies in Parliament
Special report How do we say this nicely? You need help
Comment Zero justification under current or planned data law for actions of Home Office
Alaska and California moving forward, Colorado not so much
Data startup reckons public sector has over 1,000 contracts
Exclusive Until El Reg had a quiet word, that is
Privacy International slams secret deals and 'dangerous lack of oversight'
Don't log too much, nor keep the files for too long, to stay on right side of Euro privacy rules
Animals can sue, but don't have the ability to file intellectual property lawsuits