Trump signs Cloud Act into law to make it easier for US authorities to get their hands on data stored abroad
Privacy advocates aren't impressed as the data sharing goes both ways
The messaging service has breached France's Data Protection Act, a privacy regulator has said
Russell Group slammed for misusing student data in donation campaigns
Businesses are struggling to understand data protection laws, says study.
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
Proposed new immigration system would be 'as digital, flexible and frictionless for individuals and employers as possible'
Privacy International accuses 21 countries in the EU - including the UK - of unlawfully retaining personal data
Governments complying with their own data protection laws in the minority, claim Privacy International
Personal details stolen from the insurer include e-mail addresses, mobile numbers and customers' data of birth
The UK's forthcoming Data Protection Bill ought to simplify matters ahead of Brexit, suggests ForgeRock's Simon Moffatt
John Geater of Thales e-Security said that C-Level leaders need to "take responsibility" for cyber
Legislation implements GDPR without involving Europe
Lords: Government does not understand seriousness of maintaining cross-border data flows after Brexit
75 per cent of all of the UK's cross-border data flows are to EU countries
£10,500 fine for supermarket chain for emailing More Card holders who wanted less marketing
Elizabeth Denham says firms should act to become better businesses, not just out of fear of fines
Pillsbury Law experts provide breakdown on how law will affect your business
Transcriptions were also stored insecurely by Indian subcontractor
Data on 54 European investigations leaked by "experienced" officer
44 zettabytes are coming - are you ready?
Laptop was 'compromised'
Companies around the world will need to go on a hiring spree to ensure compliance with EU's data protection regulations
Costs and administrative burdens of GDPR will help US companies dominate the EU's cloud computing market
Only the biggest companies will prosper in cloud computing in Europe under the GDPR
SMEs on the hook for £52bn, while large organisations could be forced to pay up £70bn
Risk of losing customers will change attitudes faster than huge fines