In the wake of Safe Harbor, attention's turning to the case of Microsoft v the US as well as to how effective the inclusion and retro-fitting of so-called model clauses in contracts will be. Difficult days ahead.
Safe Harbor has fallen. What happens next is far from clear but citizens' rights need protection. Now is the time for a level reset.
Europe's highest court has killed off the 15 year old Safe Harbor agreement on which US cloud services firms depended in order to do business in Europe. What now?
The European Court of Justice has come out with another draconian data privacy ruling, but it's just warming up for Safe Harbor scuppering next week. Time for the US cloud industry to stand up and be counted.
A threat from Fight for the Future over Salesforce's perceived support for snooping legislation has led to intervention by CEO Marc Benioff and a public u-turn after signing a BSA letter.
Safe Harbor suddenly doesn't look in safe hands after a European judge published a legal opinion that could have major implications for the US cloud industry - and for Europe's pace of cloud adoption.
Janine Milne talks to academic Dr Emmanuel Tsekleves about whether fitness wearables are fit for business.
The High Court in the UK has said that the government has nine months to bring back new legislation.
Big Data and predictive analytics technology raise major privacy concerns as businesses gather more and more personal information about all of us. The big question is are they starting to abuse their corporate power?