America says EU data is protected despite PRISM programme
The plans to track passenger details is also unjustified, even though it's designed to combat terrorism
Journalist reveals very first mass surveillance programme, Project Echelon
Tech giant rebels against French data watchdog's decision
GDS 'must launch a public awareness campaign to get more users for its identity assurance platform'
Parliamentary committee to examine how Whitehall could better serve entrepreneurs in world of Big Data
Government must scrap emergency surveillance legislation as it does not comply with human rights
Watchdog says it is aware of hack that lost 13,000 people's emails
FBI director complains encryption makes his job harder
Cyber criminals hack spy tool vendor to 'show it sold products to UN-embargoed Sudan'
Authority works with IBM to use insights to improve debt collection and tackle fraud
Privacy watchdog is having greater success issuing fines for data breaches
Electronic Frontier Foundation gives messaging app one star out of five for security
GDS issues rebuttal to paper claiming identity assurance scheme degrades your privacy
The current proposed set of laws are far weaker than previous versions, warn campaigners
Picture messaging app only offers improved security as an opt-in measure
Pilots pencil summer launch dates in diary, but HSCIC says it lacks resources to process lots of opt-outs
The iPhone may cost more, but that's because Apple isn't selling your data - when others are, the CEO of Apple warned
The web leader also said we should object to Facebook.org's 'branded internet'
Harvard student labels app ‘Marauders Map’ as it tracks movements of social network users