GDPR-US remains a theoretical concept, but there's a growing acceptance that some form of Federal law is looming. Cue the lobbying!
Europe just dealt the open internet a blow - and probably undermined its own Digital Single Market economy plans in the process.
There's a hot debate about whether commercial enterprises should take activist social positions. Like so many things, much depends on whether brands think it is good for business or not. Nike is the current poster child for this form of commercialization. Others will surely follow.
Europe issued a threat to the US over the Privacy Shield agreement and set a deadline. That deadline has been passed. What now?
How to safeguard ethical standards in the Fourth Industrial Revolution - one of the topics under debate as Salesforce takes the next step in ethical considerations.
Decentralized computing systems are starting to emerge that make the previously clunky blockchains performant for the 21st century. With security at the core, they promise a fresh approach to infrastructure that should lead to expansion in innovation.
Microsoft is taking cybersecurity seriously - as it should. Does that make it the Internet's top cop?
Same old, same old or refreshingly new? This is a good reminder that the pace of tech change may be fast but adoption and acceptance are, well, a different matter, And sometimes we just get it plain wrong.
One of the UK's leading politicians wants to tax Facebook and Netflix in order to fund a new digital broadcasting order in the UK.
The Ethical OS Toolkit helps firms avoid creating software that has unexpected and potentially destructive consequences.
Sanders Candy reveals its 3-part recipe for maintaining quality and food safety, working with technology, people and regulators, as Chris Bishop of Plex explains
Copyright infringement is rife on the Internet but when the platform upon which stolen content appears seems incapable of knowing its left from its right hand, then it's frustrating all the way around.
An influential American senator believes a national conversation about privacy, data and social media is long overdue. Here are his proposals on how to balance technology regulation and innovation.