The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has been accused of breaching the Data Protection Act by editing customer emails, call transcripts and altering how it presented its "central file" record of correspondence....
The European Union says the powers it wants, including the ability to break up large tech firms, would only be used in extreme circumstances
Facebook has threatened to halt operations in Europe, after Ireland's data regulator told it to stop sending citizens' data to the USA
The developer says Apple's App Store represents a 'monopoly' and has filed a preliminary injunction against the firm
Britain introduced the Digital Services Tax in April, due to slow progress on a global agreement about how to tax tech giants like Facebook
Schrems 'pretty much done with waiting' for a resolution to the Facebook privacy case after seven years and five court cases