Dr Kuan Hon criticises GDPR consent emails that will only eviscerate marketing databases and 'media misinformation'
Instapaper to 'go dark' in Europe until it can work out GDPR compliance
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
Are you paying attention?
The ghost is still in the machine
TSB fraud hotline so over-run with complaints it takes hours to even speak to an operator
Sanctions on Kaspersky would set 'dangerous precedent', US government officials fear
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
Kaspersky looks to rebuild trust following US national security claims
Password breach not the result of compromise of Nest's systems, company claims
Network and Information Systems directive will apply to online marketplaces and search engines, as well as critical infrastructure providers
It may not just be the bouncer who doesn't like your face
Rules intended to make online election adverts more transparent
Toshiba plans to demonstrate a working prototype within two years
Telegram more popular than ever in Russia as a result of official campaign
Hashing 'glitch' exposed passwords in plaintext for months, Twitter admits
Even pilots are in on the cover up
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?
Webstresser admins were also arrested in the UK, Croatia, Canada and Serbia
Security firm claims that 117,638 sites out of 135,035 analysed contain serious security flaws
AimBrain adds lip-sync capabilities to its biometrics system