The implications of the NHS Health Bill proposals may impact negatively on the use of personal data, Milena Popova writes.
Digital rights for all? Milena Popova calls for more diverse representation within the IT community.
Asking what parts of our identity ought to be revealed and what institutions are most deserving.
Laura MacPhee follows the investigative journalist's account of the "Information War".
Neeti Jain looks at the law surrounding parody and satire
Manijeh Khan looks at what is happening to Data Retention rules in the EU
Loz Kaye responds to David Cameron's potential idea of a social media block in 'emergencies'
Jonathan Kent celebrates Becky Hogge's personal journey through the chasms of cyberspace and beyond!
Ryan Jendoubi argues that the new Data Protection Directive details will flow from European Policy
Jag Bahra on why allowing parodies of protected works is an important step towards a more balanced and sensible law of copyright.
Crosbie Fitch argues that the concept of copyright is now out-dated
UK ruling makes internet browsing a copyright risk, rendering innocent acts of millions illegal
Emily Goodhand looks at the recent judgement in the 'Stormtrooper Helmet' copyright case
We saw Facebook role out facial recognition software, but what role does the technology have beyond the social media site, writes Wendy M. Grossman
Is your privacy really better protected on Google Plus, asks Milena Popova
Wendy M. Grossman on the culture of the press in the UK, and how to change it
Wendy M. Grossman on BitCoins and whether they can succeed where others have failed
Jillian C. York on the 'Amina' hoax and why anonymity online is still essential in Syria
Jag Bahra reviews The Tunnel, a film you can watch for free on VODO that could revolutionise the way films are shared online
'Unnecessary, inefficient, and above all, counter-productive.' Oliver Keyes on the government's counter-terrorism review
Jag Bahra on the rule of law online and the importance of due process
It seems like every day there is a new story on cybercrime. Milena Popova looks at what is going on
Wendy M. Grossman reports from CFP 2011 day two, where the TSA & internet filtering were the main topics being discussed
Wendy M. Grossman, from CFP 2011, on Do Not Track and privacy in the US and EU
As the three day hearing in the Meltwater appeal starts, Saskia Walzel catches up with a bitter 24 months legal battle
Wendy M. Grossman is at CFP 2011, where health care privacy was the first talking point
Wendy M. Grossman on Facebook's facial recognition feature, its business model and why they never seems to learn from their mistakes