The Cloud Act in the US could make it easier for British authorities to access users' data during investigations
It is Facebook's responsibility to meet EU's demands and not the other way around, says EU Industry Commissioner
$1bn funding intended to provide alternatives to telecoms equipment made by Huawei and ZTE
Von der Leyen said that Europe "set the pattern for the world" the GDPR, and "we have to do the same with artificial intelligence"
Nathan Talbott, of Wright Hassall's Tax and Financial Services Litigation team, explains what individuals and organisations should do if they suspect they've had poor advice around tax rules for remuneration schemes
Simon Colvin, global head of technology, Media & Telecommunications, at law firm Pinsent Masons explains what cloud providers and customers need to watch out for as regulators step up their stringency
New antitrust investigation into Google expected to be launched on Monday
Emma Stevens, lawyer in the Technology sector at Coffin Mew, dissects the new EU directive on copyright in the digital single market
James Castro-Edwards, partner at Wedlake Bell LLP, looks at the ongoing complaint raised by the operators of the Brave browser against Google's alleged data protection violations
Concern over potential military applications of supercomputers behind the ban, US Government says
Draft bill by Democrat and Republican senators seeks to give users of Facebook, Google and Amazon more control of their data
Kyri Papantoniou, a Partner in the corporate team at Fletcher Day, offers some food for thought for technology start-ups
Governance of decentralised systems is an unlikely 'hot' area for researchers, technologists and lawmakers alike
Emma Stevens and Samantha Kerins of law firm Coffin Mew discuss differing opinions around some of the key technology trends of 2019
Sam Meymand, immigration lawyer at Fletcher Day, explains the new immigration system which will apply to tech entrepreneurs, amongst others
We are past the hype and into blockchain-based productivity, say lawyers from Osborne Clarke
Legislators ignore protests, experts and activists to sign directive - including Articles 11 and 13 - into law
Zoey Forbes looks at how the draft EU Copyright Directive has been tweaked after lobbying from the tech industry and rightsholders
Leon Deakin, Partner and Head of Employment at law firm Coffin Mew, examines LawTech. Does it herald the end of face to face interaction in the legal industry?
ICO: 'Generic third-party consent is not enough and companies will be fined if they break the law'
Likely to have to answer questions on helping China's censors, political bias and anti trust
Telcos and platform providers to be given 10 days to hand over data or face fines
Only one in 10 SMEs get a fair deal from their mobile providers, claims a new study
Documents allegedly contain email conversations about privacy controls that led to the Cambridge Analytica scandal