The company's services have been approved by 28 of the EU’s data protection authorities
Amber Windows is taken to task for breaching privacy laws with cold calls
The ICO served the £100,000 fine to Gravesend Police after the tapes were found in disused offices.
Some government surveillance is best kept secret says Microsoft founder.
Government minister sets out plans for more pro-active approach to NHS data protection.
Judge to decide whether non-Gmail users can be included in class action.
Aims to establish £110 million secure communications network between Europe and Latin America
Project could help big data become future-proof
Rush to fix flaw in code blamed for NHS Choices malware gaffe.
Privacy pros not convinced fines will stop Google collecting data illegally.
First Financial blasted by ICO over text message campaign that's already landed it in hot water with the ASA.
Data protection watchdog speaks up about Great Ormond Street Hospital data breaches.
Box CEO Aaron Levie hits out at suggestions of country-specific clouds
Employee published details of vulnerable children’s welfare online.
‘Unlockable’ backdoor discovered by IT professionals, it is claimed
Messages sent from other services can be scanned for purposes of advertising, says tech giant.
Merkel set out plans to help European tech companies capitalise on US spy row
Cyber Incident Response Scheme aims to boost infrastructure defences.
Confidential computer files, audio tapes and documents accidentally sent to third party.
Can the ends justify the means when it comes to preventing online crime, wonders Jane McCallion...
Essex streets have the slowest broadband in the country
Virgin Atlantic hails Google Glass trial a success
Apple calls on companies to copy its stance on green issues
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