Last week the European Court of Justice considered a potential landmark case to determine people’s “right to be forgotten” online.
Five countries, including the UK, have called for tech companies to provide backdoor access to encrypted user data.
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The food giant has been urged to increase pay to at least the London Living Wage.
In Germany, heirs can now access the social media accounts of deceased relatives. Should the UK follow?
Over the last few years, net neutrality become one of the key battlegrounds in digital rights.
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The Island of Guernsey could become the first place in the British Isles to pass assisted dying laws.
Thousands of people in the UK who arrived as children in the first wave of Commonwealth immigration were threatened with deportation, in a scandal that has forced apologies from multiple branches of the government.
The LGBT+ dating app had been sharing data with outside firm to help improve the app.