Why did the T-Mobile server have fewer security protections than the full Experian credit reporting database, asks Public Interest Research Group
Computing's Danny Palmer almost found out the hard way how cyber criminals are getting craftier...
We examine the implications of the European Court of Justice's ruling that Safe Harbour is invalid
Safe Harbour must be suspended immediately, says chair of European Parliament Civil Liberties Committee
'The Commission must immediately put forward a new complete and strong framework for transfers of personal data to the US' says Claude Moraes
Huge implications for US tech businesses such as Google and Facebook
'There's a lot of misinformation out there' about what Facebook does with personal data, says chief privacy officer Erin Egan
UPDATED Failure meant all transactions made after 5pm UK time appeared to 'vanish into thin air'
...though Toshiba later concedes technology cannot thwart all types of attack
Revenge attacks, grudges and a phenomenal amount of lost data feature in this UK-focused list
Can privacy be dialled in to the digital world? John Leonard investigates the resurgence of an concept and why it is happening now
US chief exec says business relationship with credit agency under review
Why abandoning Safe Harbour could 'stop the European operations of Facebook and Google in their tracks'
The future of Safe Harbour is in serious doubt - which spells big problems for the US internet giants
RBS tells Computing it takes obligations under the Data Protection Act "very seriously"
EU plans to keep all air traveller data lack 'full clarity' and could break privacy regs, says European data protection supervisor
Buttarelli believes scheme needs better consideration before passenger credit card details and meal choices are indefinitely retained
No, it's not paranoia. GCHQ really is spying on you - and everyone else
Health Apps Library was put under scrutiny for 'very weak' review criteria back in June
EU data protection laws will stifle big data and the internet economy, warns Acxiom European privacy officer
Plethora of EU data protection and online privacy laws threaten to stifle innovation, says Dr Sachiko Scheuing
Dion Kotteman says US domination of the data centre and cloud hardware market means Washington will always have a way in
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is put into special measures, in part thanks to a new online patient records system
MI5 chief says Twitter, Facebook, should be monitoring users and notifying authorities about suspects
Andrew Parker says social media firms can help to tackle crime and prevent terrorists from 'going dark'
iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan upgrades may help, but don't hold your breath
Conventional retailers are getting increasingly personal, claims CSC - especially in fashion retail
'We would go crazy if China did this to us,' argues Microsoft over US government's global data grab
US government setting dangerous precedent, argues Microsoft