The electric auto maker really needed a win after several months of "production hell"
Kim Dotcom wins £45,000 in damages for, among other things, "loss of dignity and injury to feelings"
The Megaupload founder and entrepreneur is seeking reparations from the New Zealand government
Google plans to go back into China after renouncing 'Do no evil' motto?
Both Oracle and Rimini Street claim victory in long-running dispute
Law suit claims that Google engages in discrimination
Spotify accused of streaming "thousands" of songs without the permission of the publishers
Dean Armstrong QC and consultant barrister at Setfords Solicitors, explains the key concepts organisations must consider to ensure GDPR compliance
Consumers are confused by current laws, the publication insists
What can companies expect from the newly-published Data Protection Bill?
Allowing Hutchins to be arrested freed Britain from the "headache" of an extradition battle
38-year-old Alexander Vinnik faces up to 55 years in jail
Google spin-off Waymo has dropped some, but not all, of its lawsuits relating to ex-employee Anthony Levandowski
Facebook argues that the gag order violates its First Amendment rights
Big British banks, such as RBS, Barclays and HSBC, will all have to report major breaches to the ECB
£10,500 fine for supermarket chain for emailing More Card holders who wanted less marketing
Google claims that Levandowski took as many as 14,000 documents when he left the company
...Only four per cent believe that they have any responsibility for it
Ofcom gets tough after over £500,000 taken from former customers
EU blames social media giants for fraud, scams and 'unsuitable' content spread via their networks
TfL forced to shelve IT security project, and another public sector body will lose more than half of its cyber staff, sources tell V3
Ladbrokes Coral CTO Richard Giles explains how he is re-building his organisation's systems to comply with GDPR
GDPR 'brings significant additional responsibilities', warns ICO