The NHSX contact tracing app is currently being trialled on the Isle of Wight, but has the government picked the best approach for privacy and effectiveness?
AI is different. Contractual mistakes now could have critical and expensive consequences, both in terms of human health and business viability
The Chinese firm is currently among the world's top four smartphone manufacturers by market share
/e/OS is a 'de-Googled' fork of Android with trackers removed
A letter signed by over a hundred privacy experts and academics following a meeting of the Parliamentary Science and Technology Committee as they debate the app, has been published with almost 200 signatories
As authorities seek technological solutions to the pandemic, experts fear the consequences for civil liberties
Legal experts from Kemp Little explain what individuals and organisations should do to mitigate some of the many privacy concerns inherent in some of the major video conferencing platforms available today
The company says users are utilising the app in myriad unexpected ways
The lawsuit claims that Zoom has violated the California's Consumer Privacy Act
Beware bad policy made in haste because of coronavirus, say campaigners
WhatsApp's private links aren't so private any more
Avast to close Jumpshot data-analytics firm following claims it sold anti-virus users' web-browsing data
Avast CEO Ondrej Vlcek claims he made the decision following a review instigated after he joined seven months ago
Google shifts position on tracking cookies and announces plans to tackle 'browser fingerprinting'
Privacy International demands Amazon, Google and other cloud companies reveal use of 'cloud extraction' technology
Privacy pressure group calls for 17 cloud giants to 'protect customer data from legal backdoors'
The landmark California Consumer Privacy Act offers Californians several basic rights
Advocate general Henrik Saugmandsgaard Øe backs standard contract clauses, but warns they require ongoing scrutiny
ECJ advocate general also considering whether EU's standard contractual clauses provide sufficient protection for European consumers
Google denies whistleblower claims that it plans to "mine patient information" and "sell or share data with third parties"
App makers claim that Apple's tightened privacy permissions won't apply to Apple apps
Facial recognition begins creeping roll-out across London with installation on Kings Cross estate and Canary Wharf set to follow
Question marks over GDPR opt-outs for facial recognition surveillance systems springing up across London
Report recommends against using Office Online or Office mobile apps over exfiltration of data
MPs question legal basis for facial recognition trials conducted by police forces
And Apple and Google are no better, warns the data protection registrar of the state of Hesse