Why on Earth would Computing readers be so interested in malware that can enable attackers to empty cash machines?
10 Oct 2014
Tim Berners-Lee's solutions to the problem of personal data privacy, shared at IP Expo today, don't address the biggest challenge: most people just don't care
08 Oct 2014
Seventy-six of the 81 countries examined did not meet best practice standards for checks and balances on government interception of electronic communications
22 Nov 2013
In the wake of US and UK web spying revelations, the inventor of HTML warns against government and corporate takeover of internet
26 Jun 2013
Proposals aim to combat cybercrime, says Whitehall
08 May 2013
Eight new countries join scheme designed to promote transparency in government data
25 Apr 2013
Up to £25,000 up for grabs to encourage start-ups to take up opportunities arising from open data
12 Dec 2012
Wikipedia founder calls controversial Bill a 'snooper's charter', while Berners-Lee labels it 'draconian'
06 Sep 2012
Sweden tops index while the UK - perhaps surprisingly - comes third
06 Sep 2012
Huge opportunity to drive innovation via open data – but does the government truly understand the distinctions between 'open' and private?
22 May 2012
3,000 data sets to be made available today on data.gov.uk, and more than
2,400 developers have registered
21 Jan 2010
Public sector correspondent Tom Young gives his view on the last 12 months
18 Dec 2009
Local authorities to put health, education, crime and public spending data
08 Dec 2009
Web inventor wishes he had never bothered with the double-slash convention
13 Oct 2009
In March 1989, Cern staffer Tim Berners-Lee proposed a revolutionary new
system for sharing information, and unwittingly changed the world forever.
Martin Courtney looks back
12 Mar 2009