On 13 May, the European Court of Justice delivered its eagerly anticipated judgment in Google v AEPD - better know as the case around the "right to know" and the "right to be forgotten". The judgment...
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