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.
How the Digital Economy Bill will infringe on our freedoms – and how to stop it.
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?
Amazon has launched a voice-enabled virtual assistant that will be "constantly listening" inside your home.
The practice of protecting immature eyes from mature films has seemingly been abandoned in the lawless skies.
Facebook's new teen-only offering, Lifestage, is just like your mum: it's trying too hard to relate and it doesn't care for your privacy.
Groupon photoshoots, SEO, and what spying and sex work have in common.
It's relatively easy to hack into a phone's microphone and listen remotely - just ask the UK government.
Twenty years ago, Labour won a landslide on a tide of optimism. Where did it all go wrong?
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