'Government is moving too fast, and breaking things as a result'
04 Jun 2020
Wanna force granny to take down that family photo from the internet? No problem. Europe's GDPR to the rescue
Grandchild Digital Picture Removal
22 May 2020
Vint Cerf suggests GDPR could hurt coronavirus vaccine development
Essay on role of internet during plague times also suggests online schooling may not be the finished article
15 May 2020
ProtonMail-run website boasting 'complete guide' to GDPR left credential-baring .git repo exposed online
Ooo, double irony!
29 Apr 2020
Browser minnow Brave nips at Google with GDPR complaint
Claims 'don't stand up to serious scrutiny' retorts Google
16 Mar 2020
Google to appeal against €7m fine from Swedish watchdog for failing to remove search results under GDPR
Right to be forgotten? We forgot...
11 Mar 2020
'An issue of survival': Why Mozilla welcomes EU attempts to regulate the internet giants
InterviewThe web is 'optimised for Chrome, not for independent browsers'
20 Feb 2020
EU've been naughty: GDPR has netted bloc €114m in fines since 2018
France, Germany and Austria house the most offenders – survey
20 Jan 2020
UK data watchdog kicks £280m British Airways and Marriott GDPR fines into legal long grass
Info Commish has £2m annual legal budget to face off with multinationals
13 Jan 2020
VMware warning, OpenBSD gimme-root hole again, telco hit with GDPR fine, Ring camera hijackings, and more
RoundupYour quick summary of infosec news beyond everything else we've reported
16 Dec 2019
You're about to gouda major change in Microsoft cloud security after Redmond agrees to go Dutch on data
Will take the GDPR hit for all cloud biz so you don't have to
18 Nov 2019
Sure, we made your Wi-Fi routers phone home with telemetry, says Ubiquiti. What of it?
You didn't ask for it, we didn't tell you about it, but hey, it clears GDPR so what you gonna do?
07 Nov 2019
Dough! Jobs microsite for UK's data watchdog set hundreds of cookies without visitors' consent
Information Commissioner's Office is very knowledgeable about why that's bad
07 Nov 2019
Tech and mobile companies want to monetise your data ... but are scared of GDPR
Are you guys also feeling a bit teary and sad for those poor, poor businesses?
05 Nov 2019
Who's the leakiest of them all? It's the UK's public sector, breach fine analysis reveals
Ah, the old lost disk scenario...
28 Oct 2019
Euro data watchdog has 'serious concerns' as to whether EU deals with Microsoft obey GDPR
Dutch agreement should be extended to entire bloc, says statement
21 Oct 2019
GDP-arrrrrrgggghhh! A no-deal Brexit: So what are you going to do with all that lovely data?
FeatureWhat we know, plus potential ways to make that data flow
05 Sep 2019
GDPR...rrrse! Mass-mail fail as German biz asks UK resellers for consent to use their dealer data
What's the worst subject line for an email CC'd to world+dog?
28 Aug 2019