Key doc hasn't been updated since 2018, warn politicos and trade union
19 Jan 2021
Channel Isles cop sacked after abusing police database to track down women drivers for Instagram 'comic' page
Community service for creepy constable
07 Dec 2020
Brit Conservative Party used 10 million people's names to derive their country of origin, ethnicity and religion according to ICO report
Bought 'estimated onomastic data' tagged onto data of millions of Brit voters
12 Nov 2020
Google Safari Workaround case inspires campaign to sue Facebook in UK's High Court over Cambridge Analytica app
'Facebook You Owe Us' wants to run a not-quite-class-action-style lawsuit
29 Oct 2020
MP promises to grill UK.gov over revelations that Uber handed '2,000 pieces' of user data to London cops a year
Where are the search warrants for this? asks ex-Brexit Secretary
21 Sep 2020
How do you solve a problem like Privacy Shield? US and EU policymakers kick off discussions
First Safe Harbor gone, now its replacement... Schrems the breaks!
14 Aug 2020
Congrats, First American Title Insurance, you've made technology history. For all the wrong reasons
Insurer is first biz to be charged in New York for data security negligence after exposing millions of records to the web
23 Jul 2020
Privacy Shield binned after EU court rules transatlantic data protection arrangements 'inadequate'
The spice data must flow (and it will – just through SCCs)
16 Jul 2020
ProtonMail-run website boasting 'complete guide' to GDPR left credential-baring .git repo exposed online
Ooo, double irony!
29 Apr 2020
UK.gov is not sharing Brits' medical data among different agencies... but it's having a jolly good think about it
Ministry of Fun under pressure to admit it's going to happen
09 Mar 2020
Back up a minute: Private equity outfit coughs $5bn for Veeam
Moving to America after being swallowed by Insight Partners, which already chucked $500m at it last year
09 Jan 2020
I'm still not that Gary, says US email mixup bloke who hasn't even seen Dartford Crossing
Nor is he called Andrew, but he's still getting messages about Dart Charge
12 Nov 2019
Pack your pyjamas, Zuck: US bill threatens execs with prison for data failures
Senator Ron Wyden's on the warpath with 'Mind Your Own Business Act'
18 Oct 2019
Seriously, this sh!t again? 24m medical records, 700m+ scan pics casually left online
Whole pile of US data just sitting there with no security
17 Sep 2019
GDP-arrrrrrgggghhh! A no-deal Brexit: So what are you going to do with all that lovely data?
Feature What we know, plus potential ways to make that data flow
05 Sep 2019
Data cops order Ireland to delete 3.2m records after ID card wheeze ruled to be 'unlawful'
Splash one for GDPR
16 Aug 2019
US insurers face SEC probe over web-access bungle that exposed 'up to 885 million' files
But it claims just 32 people had 'non-public' info disclosed. Eh?
13 Aug 2019
Marketing biz bares folks' data in the act of asking for their GDPR comms preferences
Sprint Education plugged digit-diddling URL snafu quickly
22 Jul 2019