Before the UK General Election debacle, the Conservative Party talked tough about reining in social media. Not so much today, when the talk is now of consultation.
The UK government has set out the prospect of a 'no deal' contingency customs regime, but the impact on the technology sector could be painful.
Europe's digital ministers have made the right noises and posed for the photo opp, Now they face the challenge of implementing a five year e-government vision.
Splunk’s security evangelist Matthias Maier posits some thoughts on what is important when it comes to managing GDPR in action.
Amber Rudd says she's doesn't need to understand encryption to come to a conclusion on it. Yes, you do, Home Secretary, yes you damn well do!
There are many benefits to the booming digital economy worldwide, but these need to be shared by everyone. That means changing behaviors among nation states, says the UN.
Privacy Shield was always lipstick on the data protection pig. An Irish court has issued a ruling that could see the porcine framework reduced to rashers in the near future.
With 2018 U.S. elections looming, the government has done little to reinforce the security of the American electoral process in the aftermath of what intelligence agencies agree was a major Russian cyber operation designed to sway the 2016 Presidential contest.
Facebook is facing intense scrutiny. It is not alone. What happens next will have a significant impact on those who rely upon Facebook, Google and Amazon but the wider implications are equally important.
Uber is banned from the streets of London. What does this say about the UK capital's pre-Brexit attitude to innovation and the role of the 'gig economy' at a time when it's trying to attract tech inward investment?
The Eurocrats have upped the Privacy Shield rhetoric and headed for Washington. Let's hope they buy lots of lipstick in Duty Free. They're going to need it.
Chair of the UK parliament's Select Committee on AI, Lord Tim Clement-Jones, argues the case for AI ethics advisory boards in business at Lib Dem conference
Ten out of 28 European Union countries are backing a 'turnover tax' to get the likes of Amazon and Facebook to cough up more money. That leaves 18 others who aren't convinced...