Businesses that meet specified basic standards of cyber security will be able to obtain an independent certification of compliance with those standards under a new scheme proposed by the UK government.
Internet service providers (ISPs) can be forced to block customers' access to copyright-infringing websites but have an element of freedom to select how they achieve that outcome, the EU's highest court has ruled.
A piece of contextualisation in an interview piece with Green MP Caroline Lucas in Saturday’s Guardian (I didn’t do this because I thought it was fun) jumped out at me as I read it: More than 50 energy company employees have been seconded to the...
Rules that require telecoms companies to retain data relating to customers' communications so as to pass those details on to law enforcement agencies upon request to help them combat serious crime are unlawful, the EU's highest court has ruled.
A right of a public body to refuse to disclose information under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) does not prevent the public from accessing that information where other laws can be used to compel disclosure, the UK's Supreme Court has ruled.
It would be "impractical" for many businesses that operate a 'bring your own device' (BYOD) policy to completely ban employees from carrying out work activities over public WiFi networks despite the associated security risks, an expert has said.