Britain's new eavesdropping agency's chief publicly sets out his views and possible agenda by taking embracing the "collect it all" side of the debate.
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The ACMA and the Australian Privacy Commissioner have signed a deal to work together in a bid to streamline telecommunications, spam, and telemarketing matters, and to ease duplication in their respective duties.
New legislation is being passed at high speed in an attempt to stymie changes that force UK communications companies to store data on all their customers' communications.
As Google's headset computer goes on sale in the UK, wearable tech enthusiasts get a reminder about the privacy implications.
The UK's privacy watchdog challenges Google's view that Europe's top court got the "right to be forgotten" ruling wrong.
The London-based privacy group alleges the UK signals intelligence agency, working with the US National Security Agency, used "unlawful hacking" efforts.
Microsoft gets the all clear to continue its attack on Google's privacy credentials in the UK.
Despite thinking that the public is not that concerned about data and communication privacy issues, the British prime minister has acknowledged that legislation around these must be modernised.
Google has failed in its attempt to have a privacy case be heard in California, rather than the United Kingdom
After being accused of invading the privacy of iPhone users, Google claims that it cannot be held accountable under U.K. law.
Dubbed as one of the most privacy infringing pieces of legislation ever to have hit the Capitol, what exactly is CISPA, and how does it affect you?
A group of Apple users in the UK have launched a legal case against Google after the search giant was found to have bypassed privacy settings in the Safari browser by U.S. authorities.
GCHQ will be working closely with the University of Southampton's new research hub on issues facing UK security, such as human identification and data privacy in a bid to help protect the country from cyberattacks.
Wikipedia co-founder Wales has come out against the UK government's draft Communications Data Bill, while inventor of the web Tim Berners-Lee has raised concerns about legislation that allows the government to gather data on its citizens.
The Victorian privacy commissioner has said that he may support the proposed data retention legislation, if it is only implemented in a limited fashion and results in the introduction of mandatory data breach notification laws.
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The US and UK account for 67 percent of global spending on software-as-a-service, while privacy and local regulations are holding back adoption elsewhere across Europe
A Google UK privacy manager who deals directly with the Information Commissioner's office worked for the watchdog itself during the Street View scandal, a freedom of information request has revealed
The Information Commissioner's Office is working with privacy regulation colleagues in the US and Europe to harmonise approaches to web tracking using cookies.US work on Do Not Track standards needs to dovetail with European privacy regulation efforts on cookies, and take into account the international nature of large businesses with a web presence, Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) group manager Dave Evans told ZDNet UK on Friday.
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