Link tracking is a sneaky way of following users as they leave a site via a weblink
The ICO is concerned with AggregateIQ's retention and processing of data used in the Brexit referendum
Abandoning Ymail to spam has, if anything, increased its value
Think your password manager is completely secure? Think again...
Encrypted email moves one step closer to intercompatability
Bug only discovered following change to coding system
Site cannot hide behind Facebook, Court says
Staff told to beware of "unusual sounds" after an employee reported mystery symptoms
Sophisticated malware comprises code previously used to attack Ukraine
Politicians in attendance complained that Zuckerberg skipped all the tough questions
Commons culture committee slams Facebook for 'disappointing' level of transparency following Cambridge Analytica scandal
Commons committee chairman suggests Facebook isn't taking the whole thing seriously
It may not just be the bouncer who doesn't like your face
China's government wants to know how its citizens are feeling in a manner that isn't at all creepy...
If the authorities can easily access deleted messages, what else can they access?
AimBrain adds lip-sync capabilities to its biometrics system
Russian authorities' scattergun approach to Telegram ban shuts down bona fide services
China's censorship system employs millions of people and uses a mix of automated and manual techniques
Attackers compromised TeamViewer on a developer workstation - secured only with a re-used password
Israeli firm Terrogence has ties with the US government
IMSI catchers found across Washington DC 'disguised' as cell towers, claims US Department of Homeland Security
Surveillance technology found hiding in plain sight
FTC cites reports that raise 'substantial concerns about Facebook's privacy practices'
Yeah, sorry about all that, simpers Zuckerberg
The wheels of justice grind surprisingly slowly
The ICO is seeking an urgent warrant to investigate a major data breach - everything you need to know as the story continues to unfold