Cambridge Analytica allegedly used Facebook data illegally to target voters and influence the recent US election, according to reports.
The UK and the EU have taken a step closer to a Brexit deal, but there's still no sign of a focus on the data transfer guarantees needed by the tech sector.
The EU will look to build a framework, based on expert input, on the thorny ethical and legal issues surrounding artificial intelligence (AI).
Thou shalt kill? Ethics is an increasing topic of debate around AI, but what about the challenges that new tech poses to the established legal system as we understand it?
The Global Legal Hackathon was a resounding success. Here's what we discovered in London.
The European Union has come under increasing pressure from the public to force global technology companies to pay their fair share of tax.
Prime Minister Theresa May has laid out the ‘hard facts’ of Brexit and has said that the UK will be leaving the EU’s Digital Single Market.
The advent of PSD2 means banks have to up their game on interoperable access to data and transactions. But Open Banking faces an API challenge
With the deadline looming for GDPR compliance, Workday's Chief Privacy Officer sets out 6 steps to help HR teams bring employee data into line
Cyber warfare is combat on the cheap, writes Denis Pombriant, as he sets out the case for an international truce to limit the scope for cyber attacks
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Marketing executives and IT decision makers can help organisations cope with growing customer concerns and regulatory pressures.
Judges at the Court of Appeal have backed a challenge by Labour deputy leader Tom Watson that the Snooper’s Charter goes too far with mass surveillance.