Much of our data protection and privacy law dates from the last century. Instead of breaking privacy down, politicians should be protecting it better.
Nearly one in five websites fails to offer robust secure connections. Isn’t it time to do something about this, to prevent problems?
It turns out that Steam’s leak of personal data was very large, did contain sensitive personal information, and was the result of a denial of service attack. Has it been reported, though?
A single point of failure which discarded all privacy protection is hardly an example of good design.
Today TalkTalk, a major telecommunications company providing pay TV, Internet, and mobile phone services to several million customers […]
Will Europe now force the US to swallow its data protection laws? Look to Dickens for his opinion.
Services should comply with data protection law at the point of delivery, not where they choose.
Because of the ease of data aggregation, all data for individuals or small groups needs to be treated as if it was personal data.
How do Apple, Google, and Spotify say they protect your personal data, and should you trust them?
Current UK and EU data protection law was drafted before Google or the Cloud existed, and fails to protect us in many ways.