But charity demands a clear statement that Project Dragonfly will not be restarted.
UK should consider adopting Norway's BankID model, says Signicat's John Erik Setsaas
ICO: 'Generic third-party consent is not enough and companies will be fined if they break the law'
Emma Stevens, Associate Solicitor - Dispute Resolution, Coffin Mew, discusses the risks to businesses of privacy violations
The Apple chief praised European data protection at a conference in Brussels
The IoT has gone unsecured for too long, say DCMS and NCSC
Health secretary Matt Hancock is planning 'predictive prevention' system based on social media activity
New startup to drive adoption of decentralised web project aimed at passing control from tech giants to users
Apps like Amazon and AccuWeather follow the word of the GDPR, but not its spirit
Google has apparently changed Chrome's default permissions without informing users
Campaigners say that the software could easily be used for large-scale racial profiling
Protecting human identities is important for businesses - and machines are the same
The ICO has received more than 6,000 data breach complaints since May
The public are losing trust in the NHS's ability to protect their data
The leak could have exposed Salesforce clients' CRM data, including customer contact details and sales prospects
The financial benefits of security are hard to quantify, so emphasise the importance of reputation
More needs to be done to avoid algorithmic prejudice, says Greene
With Facebook fined a paltry pre-GDPR sum, and the ICO traditionally reluctant to use its powers to the full, is there a danger that organisations will take data security less seriously?
Grouply.io Chrome extension allowed sensitive data to be accessed by marketers
Facebook will make the fine back in less than 20 minutes
Charlotte Allery, solicitor - employment at Coffin Mew, explains the pros and cons, and the legal position, of using wearable technology in the workplace
NHS Digital blamed a coding bug for the breach
Commercial data sharing partnerships continued after rules were tightened in 2015
But Oregon police say they will continue using Rekognition in criminal investigations