In 2019, illegal hate speech targeting gender identity remains a problem across the internet
If you’re El Presidente of a small authoritarian country, it’s not all that difficult to implement an all-powerful internet control regime.
The 2019 update to the US edition of our research into the illegal trade of stolen personal data on the dark web.
The 2019 update to the UK edition of our research into the illegal trade of stolen personal data on the dark web.
If company A has certain information on you and company B has different information, should they be allowed to merge?
Class action lawsuits against Facebook, British Airways and other firms for violating GDPR could result in payouts to consumers.
President Maduro ordered shutdown of social apps and Wikipedia to silence critics and limit flow of information
Data breaches and political hijacking have become routine side-effects of Facebook. In a post-GDPR world, is the social giant trying to make changes?
Privacy campaigners are fighting for crucial amendments to UK surveillance law in European high courts