Legislation is always late, but that's no reason to ignore necessary changes
New regulations are forcing banks to give more power to customers and competitors with respect to account data, but they may be able to turn it them to their advantage
A Lords report says that there is 'no prospect of a clean break' with the EU when it comes to data sharing
Tech companies are between a rock and a hard place
The GDPR's definition of 'personal data' is so broad that it is causing concern across the IT industry
Many companies have a false sense of security around compliance, warn industry insiders
Model transfer clauses come under scrutiny as Irish data protection commissioner looks to refer them to the ECJ
'Not robust enough to withstand future legal scrutiny' says Buttareli
EU law may mean that circumventing adblockers is illegal, claims Hanff
EU-US data transfer mechanisms look to be on shaky ground
Lawyers warn that GDPR is coming regardless of what happens in June referendum vote
GDPR is 'ridiculous' and is full of contradictions, according to The Search Party's Ben Hutt
'Companies claim they have world-class security and therefore privacy, but you can have world-class security and have no privacy whatsoever'
Data security and compliance issues are key but that doesn't mean health services need to miss out on the benefits of cloud, argues Gareth Baxendale
Almost one-half of UK firms still unaware of their obligations under the new EU data protection laws
Computing survey finds the nation split between those getting on with preparing for the GDPR and those only dimly aware of changes that will affect all businesses
The EU GDPR has been opposed at every stage by Microsoft and Google. Will they be able to use the free trade pact TTIP to get their own back? We ask the experts.
Data sovereignty has become a priority for all organisations using cloud, but what are the key issues to consider?
If negotiators fail to agree terms, firms transferring personal data from the EU to the US face sanctions, EU warns
Existing regulation does not take into account if a country doesn't have safeguards in place for using interception technologies, says Giovanni Buttarelli
The worst data breaches and the biggest security stories of 2015
Google has been spending big money on fighting antitrust cases in Europe, including calling in favours from US politicians, an investigation finds
Huge role for successful candidate largely because of incoming EU Data Protection Regulations
Google could face fines of $2.6bn if it breaks the new EU data protection laws and big changes are likely both inside and outside of Europe