UK government plans to weaken encryption 'threatens way of life, privacy and economic stability', warns Apple
'Strong encryption is vital to protecting innocent people from malicious actors,' Apple says in evidence released by Investigatory Powers Bill Joint Committee
'You can think of it kind of like Jarvis in Iron Man,' says Facebook chief
Mark James, security specialist at ESET, gives nine tips on how to protect children online this Christmas
Public market investors may be wary as Nutanix is valued at $2bn but isn't profitable
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
A look at the drivers behind the nascent personal information economy
CIOs at Johnson Matthey, Reckitt Benckiser and other major organisations debate who should take responsibility for data breaches
ISPs allowed to discriminate in favour of 'specialised services' under new EU law
Over 100,000 RBS employees set to use Facebook At Work business collaboration service
But you will need to hand over your phone number to Facebook first
Something for the weekend from Adobe
Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, also says the future is basically a software-defined data centre, and concludes by saying open source developers are 'like poets'
Huge implications for US tech businesses such as Google and Facebook
'There's a lot of misinformation out there' about what Facebook does with personal data, says chief privacy officer Erin Egan
Can privacy be dialled in to the digital world? John Leonard investigates the resurgence of an concept and why it is happening now
Key figures in the development of technology through the ages
Why abandoning Safe Harbour could 'stop the European operations of Facebook and Google in their tracks'
The future of Safe Harbour is in serious doubt - which spells big problems for the US internet giants
MI5 chief says Twitter, Facebook, should be monitoring users and notifying authorities about suspects
Andrew Parker says social media firms can help to tackle crime and prevent terrorists from 'going dark'
Facebook hits one billion users in a day - so why has its Facebook at Work enterprise tool been a failure?
Facebook has failed to use its power to make a significant dent in the enterprise collaboration space
Fallen 'spam king' pleads guilty to sending 27 million messages using 500,000 Facebook accounts
'We need urgency or the EU will make a fool of itself': ICO chief Christopher Graham discusses data protection regulation
Information Commissioner Christopher Graham tells Computing how the upcoming regulation will affect businesses and his own organisation
100-strong team will aid protection of 'polarising' drivers, along with increasing data security and hack prevention
Stop trying to find security glitches in our products - 'only the vendor can do that' says Oracle CSO
Mary Ann Davidson blog chastises customers trying to solve own zero-day problems in Oracle software