In a bid to boost security and anti-privacy efforts, the EU is planning to ban anonymous registration of domain data.
The Hague considers it an urgent need to ensure that individuals and smaller companies have access to and can capitalise on their data.
In its response to the government’s data protection consultation, the Information Commissioner’s Office has raised worries over its future ability to function independently of government interference.
U.S. tech giants such as Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon should be regulated by the EU country where they are based under proposed EU rules
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced on Wednesday (15 September) a Cyber Resilience Act aimed at setting common cybersecurity standards for connected devices.
Regional data-sharing rules are outdated and ineffective for international data flows, Elizabeth Denham says.
Multimillion-pound fines could be imposed for nuisance or fraudulent calls and texts under a proposed overhaul of the UK’s data rules.
Digital privacy laws help control how your data is stored, shared, and used by big businesses—but those protections vary wildly depending on where you live.
A new law gives Australian police unprecedented powers for online surveillance, data interception and altering data.