The anonymised data will be sold to private firms if proposed new law is introduced
BT, EE, Google and Microsoft to help tackle digital exclusion
Only three out of 43 police forces in the country have plans in place with staff untrained should an incident occur
The company's services have been approved by 28 of the EU’s data protection authorities
Schengen cloud could break trade regulations, American government claims
Every pound spent on IT must improve patient care, states NHS
Web addresses encouraging sexual offences and criminal activity to be screened out
Amber Windows is taken to task for breaching privacy laws with cold calls
Bitcoin’s ambiguous status used by Ross Ulbricht’s defence team
The US defence agency is appealing for developers to re-purpose XDATA cloud for military decision-making
Conflicts between government agencies also pose problems.
Concerns raised over use of crypto currencies for criminal activities.
Latest Snowden whistleblower documents reveal spying on Chinese networking firm.
The ICO served the £100,000 fine to Gravesend Police after the tapes were found in disused offices.
West Yorkshire Police confirm arrest of supermarket worker after staff bank account details stolen.
Some government surveillance is best kept secret says Microsoft founder.
Sick message could plant virus on computer instead
Zuckerberg claims companies expect to be fighting criminals "not our own government".
Nine tech business leaders appointed as London Tech Ambassadors.
Criminal networks used to install software on PCs.
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
Samsung Galaxy S5 vs iPhone 5s: Which is best?
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