Could your activity tracker and health app be making your privacy rights sick?
More threats and deadlines from Brussels to Washington, but Privacy Shield's cracks are papered over for another year
More empty threats from the EU as Privacy Shield gets its latest 'Euro fudge' bill of health.
GDPR was a major theme of 2018; will GDPR US do the same in 2019? Don't hold your breath...
George Orwell’s 1984 is arriving about 40 years behind schedule. Microsoft and other concerned technologists believe we’re running out of time to create new government regulations to deal with the dangers of facial recognition and other new surveillance technologies.
The UK Government released its seized Facebook documents yesterday and their contents confirm a lot of fears.
The UK Information Commissioner and the former Chief Technologist of the Federal Trade Commission have problems with Facebook's evidence to international legislators.
There are plenty of ideas about what Facebook needs to do to fix its problems. It still doesn’t seem to be listening. But there will be a day of reckoning.
Zuck didn't show but the representatives of 9 governments and 447 million people did turn up to grill the latest Zuckerberg avatar.
Parliament, pressure and panic - how the UK Government got hold of Facebook's confidential documents
A new court filing in San Mateo gives some idea of how far the UK government is ready to go in pursuit of answers from Facebook.
Obscure Parliamentary procedure was used to get hold of Facebook documents. Now the fun begins...
'Sorry' has become a word that falls easily from the lips of Facebook's upper management; if only I believed they meant it...