Web guru vows to remain "critical friend" of the Government, despite resignation.
Bank of England reveals details of cyber attacks on financial institutions.
Internet giant accused of "spinning out web of personal data without consent".
US administration hopes move will overcome registration problems.
Ex-contractor took enough data to fuel two more years of stories, according to reports.
Data protection watchdog speaks up about Great Ormond Street Hospital data breaches.
Proposed law takes another step toward implementation.
Search giant's chairman claims government interference on the internet could end within a decade.
Virgin Media's business arm named preferred supplier for West Midlands shared IT services deal.
Counter-terrorism head says police still need more power to access people’s data
Snowden revelations have damaged operations, security heads claim.
Box CEO Aaron Levie hits out at suggestions of country-specific clouds
Inventor of World Wide Web brands decision “appalling and foolish."
Infamous drugs bazaar resurrected after FBI bust.
2009 income tax remains unpaid, according to reports.
More pragmatic approach could put the UK in a better position skills-wise.
London conference speaks of need for new approach to IT teaching.
East Lincolnshire Council receives £80,000 fine for losing sensitive information about hundreds of children with special educational needs.
Cabinet Office reveals details of latest procurement framework iteration.
Strong Prism defender changes sides after Merkel revelations.
HTC 'One Mini' faces UK ban
RBS blames IT failures on "decades" of underinvestment
Amazon trials drone delivery service
Cyber Monday prompts online shopping security warnings
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