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.
Would you invite the world’s largest advertising corporation to take all the information that it wants from inside […]
The UK government doesn’t want to ban encryption, but may see it as a cheap way of winning votes from the easily-impressed.
Even though images of you may not be as sought after as those of celebrities, we all need to sharpen up our Cloud security.
Yosemite’s iCloud Drive has drawn even more of our documents and data into the Cloud. But what if our data has personal or sensitive content?
How should you protect documents containing sensitive information from loss or theft?