All the latest UK technology news, reviews and analysis


Latest privacy news

Apple iCloud logo

Apple stores user data on Chinese servers, claims it will improve iCloud performance

The tech giant denies the move will put its users’ data privacy at the mercy of Chinese laws

EU Justice Commissioner Martine Reicherts

EU justice commissioner slams Google and Right to be Forgotten critics

Promises reform is workable and economically advantageous

A man in an alleyway using a mobile phone

Chinese Android smartphone firm Xiaomi caught collecting users' data

Probably accidental, not surveillance, says F-Secure

Edward Snowden granted asylum in Russia for three more years

Whistleblower’s asylum ended on 31 July

Facebook privacy class action lawsuit attracts 17,000 supporters

Open to anyone outside of Canada and the US

ICO ‘sounds the alarm’ over legal profession's shoddy data-handling

Fifteen incidents reported to data watchdog in the past three months

Google to hide Wikipedia link under EU's Right to be Forgotten law

Case is first request under new law to affect the online encyclopedia

Google calls for legal help on Right to be Forgotten ruling

House of Lords says that information cannot disappear

Hackers caught hunting Tor hidden services

Project says ‘it hopes' attacks were done by CERT researchers

Right to be Forgotten is unworkable and unreasonable, argue Lords

European Union's Court of Justice ruling must be overturned

Apple slams researcher over iOS backdoor claims

Firm releases details on ‘diagnostic tools’

MPs move to cut DRIP data flows at the source

Programme is contrary to human rights legislation, say Tom Watson and David Davis

US warns of Huawei WiFi modem XSS security threat

Could be exploited for snooping, say researchers

Blackphone lays into BlackBerry in privacy row

Black mark for Canadian rival

ICO hit by internal data breach but watchdog coy on details

Information commissioner Christopher Graham bemoans falling budgets

PRISM: Public investigation into GCHQ mass surveillance starts

Tribunal takes evidence to decide if surveillance activities were human rights violations

Silent Circle takes on Skype with snoop-busting Out-Circle Calling

Encrypted call service with no roaming charges is ideal for security-conscious business users, says firm

UK government confirms uncharged phone, tablet rules in place for travellers

The US Transport Security Administration introduced new rules saying that uncharged smartphones can't be taken on planes

PRISM: Nine out of 10 people NSA spied on were accidental targets

Still found valuable data, reveals The Washington Post

Previous 1 3 4 5 6 7 Next

Popular Threads

Powered by Disqus
mike-schutz-microsoft-server-and-cloud-division

Microsoft's Mike Schutz discusses the firm's cloud computing strategy [Video]

V3 interviews Microsoft general manager for Windows Server and Management, Mike Schutz, to find out why customers should adopt the Private Cloud

Updating your subscription status Loading
Newsletters

Get the latest news (daily or weekly) direct to your inbox with V3 newsletters.

newsletter sign-up button
hpv3may

Getting started with virtualisation

Virtualisation can help you reduce costs, improve application availability, and simplify IT
management. However, getting started can be challenging

ibmv3may

Converting big data and analytics insights into results

Successful leaders are infusing analytics throughout their organisations to drive smarter decisions, enable faster actions and optimise outcomes

PHP Web Developer - Cramlington

PHP, MySQL, CMS, Web Developer, Web Solutions, Websites...

Mobile Developer - iOS or Android

Job Title: Mobile Developer Location: Manchester Salary...

Incident Desk Lead / NOC Manager

Incident & Service Desk Manager / Incident Desk Lead...

Systems Developer – Nature Conservation Charity

Wizard wanted , Experienced Software Developer (.NET...