Court case starts today to decide whether the social network is guilty of breaking EU law
Trying to block darkweb browser Tor would hurt whistleblowers, and could hike up crime
Ed Vaizey urges tech industry to meet government halfway on encryption issue
Search giant says it's happy to comply with data protection watchdog's ruling, and has already made some changes
Information Commissioner calls for sensible laws when it comes to personal data
Elon Musk also signs letter warning AI researchers to make society-friendly robots
Secret court documents reveal court case dated back to 2007
Battle with US government continues
€138 million fine for chip company cartel
Manchester man nabbed by Intellectual Property Crime unit
Spooks under scrutiny by regulators after demands for hearings by privacy groups
Copycat retailers may be forced to change shop layouts
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
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.
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