Government legislation will force telecoms companies to log customer info for government investigation
ISPs are blocking perfectly legal web pages in an attempt to protect children from the internet, a study suggests
Vince Cable attacks conservative IT policy for slow emails and standstill systems
New service lets European citizens ask Google to remove certain search links
Right to be forgotten starts to have chilling effects on internet
Web addresses encouraging sexual offences and criminal activity to be screened out
Long-awaited reforms to European data protection legislation move one step closer.
Lawmaker floats plan to cut water supply to controversial facility.
Google reaches conclusion in long-running antitrust case.
Insurance company blasted over unencrypted credit card details and customer notification procedures.
Tech giant concerned about 68 per cent jump in government requests to take down content.
Counter-terrorism head says police still need more power to access people’s data
Merkel set out plans to help European tech companies capitalise on US spy row
Automation hailed as key to ending leaks.
American intelligence agency operation reportedly leads to Irish extradition.
Tameside Energy Services ordered to cough up £45,000 for making "unwanted" marketing calls.
MEPs call for safeguards on data transferred outside the EU.
BT, Sky, Talk Talk and Virgin Media have pledged £1m in additional funding to help clamp down on child pornography.
Internet service providers will need to provide switched-on parental filters as standard.
Internet giant reinforces commitment to blocking child abuse content from search results.
BT awarded compensation from mobile operators
Google announces winners of “Giving through Glass” contest
UK demands EU drops right to be forgotten law
Restaurant owner sues Google for Maps hack
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