The biggest difference between this and the Millennium Bug crisis: 'There’s no wondering if the new legislation will happen, says the Information Commissioner. 'It will.'
Most UK citizens don’t trust organisations with their data, says the privacy watchdog. Hardly a reassuring fact as we try and prep for GDPR...
Squaring the circle between EU privacy law and US mass surveillance
The latest blog from UKCloud, our official security partner.
Information Commissioner opens debate on problematic issue of profiling under imminent EU data protection legislation, looks for UK IT community to stakeholders to share its views
New study by Communications Committee sets out wide-ranging set of priorities for making life easier for future generations, including warning the UK must adhere to GDPR 'no matter what our future relationship with the EU'
‘The Era of Data Portability May Be Coming to an End’: Serious Concerns Trouble the UK Cloud Community20 March 2017 at 9:15am
UKCloud's Bill Mew shares some concerns - and advice – for the public sector cloud user
techUK says we need more support for innovation, technical education in schools and in every day life, new thinking on work visas and a pre-Brexit ICO boost. Will Number 11 give us any of this wish list this afternoon, though?
"We’re all going to have to change how we think about data protection” in the wake of new EU data regulations, warns the Information Commissioner
Ethics and governance have to be high on the agenda for future exploitation of these powerful technologies like machine learning, warns Government Chief Scientiific Advisor