The ICO has highlighted companies' responsibilities in ensuring that individuals' private details are adequately secured, in the light of the recent ACS:Law data breach
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Privacy International has said the law firm is to blame for the theft of personal information relating to thousands of alleged file-sharers of pornographic material
Home Office backtracks on its argument that UK laws exist to protect children online
First published: Fri, 03 Dec 1999 18:22:01 GMT
Software to target hard porn in the workplace
Children may be getting good at using the Net but they're still unprepared for the danger that strangers online can represent, says report
Continuing concerns over Internet crime could lead to the abolition of anonymous email... Will Knight reports
The NYT sacks 23 for sending rude emails about the boss, UK legal expert warns of more to follow
Kidz.net provides safe Net for children
New report says online commerce seeing strong growth -- despite a perception that it's evil.
Read my lips: No new taxes -- at least not for the Internet, thanks to a Senate ban creating a three-year moratorium on new Net taxes. Senate members tacked on numerous amendments regarding online pornography restrictions and child privacy.