Amazon accused of lying to Congress about using third-party sellers' data
Firm allegedly used data related to independent sellers to help develop competing products.
Radio station sanctioned after guest blames coronavirus on China's 5G rollout
Guest introduced as a 'nurse' wasn't "sufficiently challenged" by Uckfield FM presenter, Ofcom rules
Building a modern information governance strategy
How to rethink your approach to develop a more modern information governance strategy
What is the Data Protection Act 1998?
Despite GDPR coming into force businesses may still find themselves sanctioned under the 1998 act
Information governance in a world of increased data regulation
Companies have to manage the dual challenges of data growth and increased regulation
Four Defra IT systems may not be ready for no-deal Brexit
MPs are concerned the department will resort to "manual fallbacks" that are slower and more error-prone
Gov to hold talks with Mark Zuckerberg over tech regulation
Culture secretary will use the 30-minute meeting to explore ways to remove harmful content from social media
The ICO wants a wider remit where data is used
Personal data and its regulation are "indivisible" from conversations about AI, Brexit and fake news, says Elizabeth Denham
No-deal Brexit will block critical data transfers to EU
With no time to reach a data adequacy agreement, the ICO has published guidance for businesses to avoid disruption
China erases citizens' social media accounts
Following the country's restriction on media outlets, China have exercised their censorship laws eliminating 9,800 social media accounts
FCC admits net neutrality DDoS attack was work of fiction
FCC chairman Ajit Pai pins error on former CIO providing "inaccurate information"
ICO: People are more aware of data rights than ever before
Watchdog issued a record £5 million in fines to organisations in 2017/18
Facebook: We won't remove fake news
Revelation follows Ofcom's threat to regulate social media platforms in a bid to curb misinformation
EC calls for changes to electoral law to save democracy
The Electoral Commission says urgent improvements needed to ensure transparency for voters in the digital age
What is information governance?
What structures, policies, procedures, processes and controls are needed to manage information in the enterprise?
Google gets caught up in Russian internet censorship battle
US search giant accused of helping Telegram chat service evade Russian ban
Why Nadine Dorries is totally wrong about password sharing
Frustration abounds as MPs expose their backwards security practises