Breach saw publication of home addresses of award-recipients including Elton John and the...
Court orders sought to disqualify directors of the fallen firm, which held an array of technology, infrastructure, and outsourcing contracts with the public sector
Digital secretary says there is a ‘burning need’ for governments to take a greater role in regulating the online world
Ministers stress mass deletion was result of ‘human error’
Minister says data was wiped during ‘standard housekeeping process’
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Ofqual data shows almost 28,000 challenges were made
Scottish Parliamentary committee invites views from the public
Ofcom will have power to penalise sites that fail to remove harmful content
Recently created Digital Markets Unit has a remit to enforce code on Google and Facebook
MPs, unions and academics call for rules on the use of tech that can monitor remote workers
Shadow minister and campaign group call for new laws
Minister floats potential six-year deal as use of lie-detectors set to be greatly expanded
Laws must also be updated, according to Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation
Rich McHugh replaces Loveday Ryder, who joins DVSA
Minister admits new infrastructure could take another three years and £1bn-plus to reach fruition
Boris Johnson claims extra funding represents ‘biggest investment since Cold War’
Minister says input will be welcomed from all stakeholders
Department claims that ‘no-one can be identified’ from information published
Former civil servant given 52-month custodial sentence