Europe's General Data Protection Regulation will result in a lot of new burdens for businesses - and half of US companies haven't taken this on board yet.
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.
The NHS is the political jewel in the crown of UK governments, but a digital and data overhaul is badly needed. Here's what's been prescribed.
A quarter of a century after creating the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee has strong views on the nature of data sharing and the controversial right to be forgotten.
It was of course utterly predictable to anyone with an ounce of common sense that endorsing the ‘right to be forgotten’ would see an immediate rush to rewrite history by assorted ne’er-do-wells of varying political and criminal dispositions.
The European Court of Justice's wooly ruling against Google places the rights of an individual above the wider societal obligations of not being able to erase inconvenient truths.
The White House is backing changes to the law, including the currently stalled-in-Congress Electronic Privacy Communications Act, which would offer protection for email and other data stored in the cloud.
Opening up business data is a key ingredient in ensuring that tax practitioners have the best information to meet client needs. Resisting that is stupid.
MPs in the UK have said in a new report that the public should have an 'inherent right' to government data
We have always been at war with Eurasia. We never promised more open government. We have not said we'd match the previous government's spending commitments. We have not attempted to rewrite uncomfortable realities.