Regulation

UK declares war on perverts

The new Digital Economy Bill, which is currently working its way through Parliament, has found itself tackling the darker side of internet porn.

Nokia UAE tie up shows drones are no gimmick

Almost every new technology will go through a gimmicky stage and only the strong will crack the mainstream market; it looks like drone tech is on its way to normality.

UK passes Orwellian Snooper’s Charter

It’s been threatening for a while, but now its official; the Snooper’s Charter is now a real thing after passing through the House of Lords.

UK slams Facebook and WhatsApp data relationship

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has cast a shadow over data sharing between Facebook and WhatsApp in a move which could have complicated implications in the long-run.

Europe clarifies data protection rules, sort of

A senior advisor to the European Court of Justice has released a statement which says the retention of personal data is lawful under the condition it is used to fight serious crime and does not infringe on an individual’s privacy rights.

Europe ramps up Google investigation

The European Commission has sent some more Statements of Objections to US internet giant Google, effectively saying it’s still not happy.

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