Campaigners claim new DWP bank-monitoring powers are ‘likely unlawful’

After scores of civil society groups oppose new measures, department claims any suggestions that the

Whitehall CTOs agree ‘principles and guardrails’ for government mobile app strategy to be published next year

Intent to develop a central strategy for government apps was first revealed two years ago

World’s ‘most advanced humanoid robot’ moves to Edinburgh

The National Robotarium of Scotland has acquired an Ameca model, which was developed in Cornwall,

Ofcom tests accuracy of social platforms’ AI classification tools with ‘sensitive material’

New online safety regulator aims to understand the benefits and limitations of automated moderation tools

Glasgow University claims 6G breakthrough

Academics have unveiled a new dynamic metasurface antenna which is claimed to be the first

Government claims info collected by anti-disinformation unit may ‘incidentally include personal data’

The recently renamed National Security Online Information Team has published an official privacy notice, revealing

One Login verified 840,000 users in Q1

Figures reveal that new processed over 350,000 identity checks in January alone, including app and

Peers seek new law to provide stronger protections for citizens’ data

As the Lords debates the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill, members urge government to

NHS offers £145k for CCIO as tech becomes ‘critical aspect of clinical care’

The health service is seeking a senior leader to act as a conduit between clinical

Stats show new Scottish online hate laws are ‘vital’, minister claims

More than 7,000 reports of hate crimes were made during the first week after laws

NHS signs £10m deal to support rollout of Palantir data platform

The health service has awarded a contract to KPMG to support the rollout of the

Police data requests in rape cases ‘problematic in proportionality and focused on perceived victim credibility’

Home Office report finds that many requests for external data lack the necessary rationale and

GOV.UK users can be ‘lost and overwhelmed’, report finds

Parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee has claimed that GDS needs to make some overdue

Cabinet Office signs deal for centralised triaging of hundreds of government’s online vulnerabilities

Using a service newly established in government, almost 1,000 reports of security weaknesses in government

Labour’s NHS plan promises ‘tech entrepreneurs and AI in every hospital’

Shadow health secretary Wes Streeting has unveiled proposals to digitise the ‘red book’ children’s health

NHS patients in Dumfries and Galloway urged to look out for cyber extortion after data breach

The health board representing the south western region of Scotland was last month hit by

Network Rail to deploy AI-powered ‘crowd monitoring’ at Waterloo station

Automated security technology has been trialled at various transport hubs in recent years, having been
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