Home secretary Amber Rudd's comments about What's App do a disservice to "real people".
“His girlfriend saw him on the map and accused him of cheating.”
The Prime Minister is offering homeopathy to cure a bullet wound, says Chi Onwurah.
Micro-targeting and personality profiling are set to be a key part of this year’s election – but are claims about their effectiveness exaggerated?
Warning: Theresa May will know if you take this quiz.
How the Digital Economy Bill will infringe on our freedoms.
The plan is unworkable and troublingly authoritarian, says Myles Jackman.
Thankfully, nobody can see the Freddie Mercury impression I uploaded to YouTube in 2006. Tomorrow's teenagers, however, might not be so lucky.
The Investigatory Powers Bill is likely to become law later this year, but barely anyone is resisting the dystopian surveillance it will bring.
Yahoo reportedly built secret software to allow intelligence agencies to scan its users' emails last year. Here's why this affects everyone – even those without a Yahoo account.
When will we stop sacrificing security for stickers of muscular bulls wiggling their butts?