Internet giant accused of "spinning out web of personal data without consent".
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...
FOI request shows local government increasingly wary of consumer cloud services.
Search giant ploughs investment into organisations and technologies that will curtail online access to offensive content.
Confidential patient information left behind at former site.
MI5 sources incur wrath of Defence Secretary by claiming Bill would not prevent attack.
Mobile operator denies traceable customer data is being sold on to third parties.
Privacy experts claim Government is unlikely to drop controversial Comms Data Bill without a fight.
FoI request flags year-on-year rise in ICO data breach fines and reports.
Report details requests it gets from the police and others around the world.
Leaked document sets out Yahoo proposals for rules governing use of pseudonymous data.
David Cameron to announce joint security initiative with India later today.
Q&A: Peter Ransom, Oxfam
Anonymous hackers admit involvement in PayPal cyber attack
Obama shuns iPhone on security grounds
HTC 'One Mini' faces UK ban
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