When the 209 pages that make up the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) finally emerged last month, the only real surprises contained within them were the strength of the sanctions available to...
ValueLicensing alleges that Microsoft pressurises customers not to sell unused Windows and Office licences, to the detriment of the secondhand market
Travel firm delayed reporting the breach by 22 days, exceeding the 72-hour limit
'The Commission is not serious about it; the member states are not serious about and activists aren't serious about it either' says Johnny Ryan of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties during a roundtable debate
Web traffic to Australian news sites has dropped by about 30 per cent
'Biometric mass surveillance brings Internet-style omnipresent tracking to the offline world' say campaigners