The UK's major internet service providers have announced measures to tackle online extremism, after pressure from the government to help in the fight against terrorism. BT, Sky, Virgin and TalkTalk...
Rollback from 100 per cent coverage seen as a blow to rural areas
Sites like The Washington Post and Roku, as well as Amazon’s own services, were affected
A group of companies has warned that Google's Privacy Sandbox would cut publishers' revenues by as much as two-thirds
The Information Commissioner Office is examining the incident, while the DWP insists it takes its responsibility to protect data "very seriously"
Adopting a 'free flow of data' approach would be a radical departure from the UK's current position, argues the Open Rights Group