The security services want social networks like Facebook to be more forthcoming with material posted by users that might indicate a threat to national security. But the root causes of terrorism will never be fixed with data alone.
Facebook has backed down on making users go by their “real” names. It needs to realise that outness is a spectrum, and realness is best defined by the people who assume a name, not by a corporate policy.
Technology now lets you spy on your kids all the time. This is why you shouldn't.
It's a lot easier to stop advertisers tracking your browsing habits online than it is to stop people sniffing out your smartphone's location.
Why privacy is not just for "paedos".
The Court orders that a new and frightened young mother be left in peace.
Bloggers give evidence to Parliament.
A group of Austrian hackers release police data in protest against privacy bill
In the wake of his <em>New Statesman</em> scoop, the actor debates privacy and superinjunctions.
Google breached Data Protection Act but faces no fine.