Mark Zuckerberg - defender of freedom of speech or tech CEO ignoring the dangers inherent in abuse of his platform?
Italy is the latest nation to take Digital Services Tax measures into its own hands.
The worst person Donald Trump ever met is about to take charge of "a Europe Fit for the Digital Age"
Margrethe Vestager is about to become a lot more powerful and has the US tech sector in her sights.
Three national governments cast Facebook in the role of putting children at risk by refusing to step back from end-to-end encryption. What's the real agenda?
The Court of Justice of the European Union has been busy over the past couple of weeks with a series of rulings that have major consequences - one way or another - for regulation of digital platforms.
Most of us have to stick to Facebook and YouTube's codes of conduct when posting content; politicians it appears do not.
Turns out GDPR compliance wasn't as easy as it was supposed to be - and California's version will be no different
New research from Capgemini finds that GDPR compliance wasn't as easy to achieve as organizations thought it would be. What learnings are there for forthcoming legislation around the globe?
The Right to be Forgotten is NOT an absolute right - Europe's highest court hands Google an important privacy victory
France wanted non-EU nations to accept EU data law; Europe's highest court disagreed in a landmark ruling.
Expediency in action - Privacy Shield's annual 'love-in' in Washington and Brussels keeps up the pretense
The annual Privacy Shield review has taken place and guess what - we're all still pretending it's fit for purpose!
A UK Government report on automation and the future of work has some very British calls to action, but wider learnings for global consideration.
Digital economic policy is a global concern that came into focus at a London-based conference this week with lots to think about.
The tech industry is second only to the media in terms of incidents of sexual harassment. What can employers do about it?