GDPR: New UK Data Protection Bill exempts journalists and researchers handling personal data without consent
Data Protection Bill intended to transpose GDPR into UK law, post-Brexit
EU plans for 'upload filters' to tackle online piracy attacked as Chinese-style internet surveillance
EU-wide introduction of 'ancillary copyright' also proposed
Arrest is part of a crackdown on internet freedom ahead of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China
Seventy per cent of local authorities flunk key GDPR requirement
The framework can work with any ledger or operating system
Someone high up in Indian politics with something to hide?
SMBs will find it easier to obtain funding by sharing financial data in a secure environment
Says, under oath, that he gave correct PIN
...Only four per cent believe that they have any responsibility for it
After considering evidence, ICO makes investigation a 'high priority'
1.6 million NHS patient records shouldn't have been given to Google, according to data protection expert's leaked letter
Keurboom director Gregory Rudd said he disliked nuisance calls, but claimed 'it doesn't make them illegal'
Government using last year's Investigatory Powers Act to extend web surveillance and undermine encryption
Intelligence services can't get enough private data held in the cloud, suggest Microsoft figures
More dirt dug by 'Fancy Bear' hacking outfit on athletes' drug applications
Politicians who voted to allow ISPs to sell subscribers' internet histories targeted by privacy campaigners
Almost 3,000 staff at HMRC and more than 10,000 in the police empowered to peruse your web browsing habits
ICO fines Flybe £70,000 and Honda £13,000 to send out pre-GDPR warning to UK firms
NHS patient records at one-in-three GP surgeries at risk of compromise due to 'enhanced data sharing'
Data sharing feature makes patient records accessible across the NHS
British spy agency says that the allegations are nonsense and should be ignored
Royal Free NHS and DeepMind relationship 'does not carry a positive message' claims academic study
GDPR 'brings significant additional responsibilities', warns ICO
As literacy rates stall, robots keep on learning
Elizabeth Denham says firms should act to become better businesses, not just out of fear of fines