German telecoms firm slapped with €10m GDPR fine
People could access sensitive customer data in some cases by only providing a name and date of birth
Boris Johnson commits to UK tech tax despite US pressure
Trump warned this week that 100% tariffs would be slapped on French goods if its own tax plans went ahead
Our 5-minute guide to Managed File Transfer
The ins and outs of MFT: What it is and why it surpasses the competition
Adobe shuts down service to Venezuela
Adobe stops servicing Venezuela in compliance with Trump’s executive order
Google refuses to pay publishers amid copyright reform
Google's actions could effectively nullify the intentions of the controversial EU copyright reform
What is the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)?
Who is the Information Commissioner, what powers do they have, and how will the ICO enforce GDPR?
GDPR fines: How high are they, and how can you avoid them?
A look at the various reasons why a company may find itself facing regulatory action
Huge fines headed for tech giants that host harmful content
New powers will allow Ofcom to fine companies up to 5% of their revenues
Britain harvests data from EU criminal database
In a potentially illegal act, the UK pre-empts losing access to a core EU database used for crime-fighting
EU plotting to overhaul rules governing tech giants
The latest crackdown against harmful content may take a more centralised shape
Microsoft fined $25 million after Hungary misdealings
The three-year operation saw ill-gotten profits used for bribes to government officials
What is shadow IT?
Hardware and software that isn't authorised by IT departments can leave businesses vulnerable
ICO neuters UK police use of facial recognition technology
Forces must assess data protection risks and eradicate racial bias from the software or face GDPR action
Tory leadership race: Where each candidate stands on UK tech
Top Tories are battling it out to be the country's next leader. But how do they stack up on issues from tech regulation to R&D investment?
Build a data governance strategy for the new digital era
Data is becoming an organisation’s most strategic asset
GDPR is shaping the role of privacy in brand survival
Despite big fines levied, Citrix’s privacy chief says we still don’t have a sense of what enforcement will look like
What is Article 13 and Article 11?
Article 13 wins the approval of 19 EU member states
Google hit with €1.49bn fine for antitrust violations
European Competition Commissioner says Google abused its market dominance with restrictions on its AdSense platform
Vote Leave fined £40,000 for unlawful text messages
It's the latest fine in a string of penalties for unlawful political advertising
Facebook is subject to 10 major GDPR investigations
The Irish data regulator is also probing Apple, Twitter and LinkedIn for alleged data protection violations
GDPR compliance checklist: Is your organisation GDPR-ready?
Make sure your organisation is GDPR-compliant now the 25 May deadline has passed
"Backroom" data-sharing leading to UK human rights abuses
Human rights group blasts "backroom" data-sharing between public services and Home Office for immigration control
Gov announces Digital Services Tax to hit tech giants
Revenue-based tax to hit tech giants as government announces more funding for AI, quantum computing, and digital transformation