It is hardly informed consent
The UK's Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, is to ask data protection and privacy regulators across the G7 (Group of Seven) to join forces to consider a solution to nuisance cookie pop-ups.
Not happy at the way it uses data
Britain’s competition watchdog is planning a formal competition investigation into e-commerce company Amazon.
More than three million have cut the cord in the last five years
More than three million households in Britain have ditched their home phone in the last five years.
Needs to end network constipation
The UK is set to create the conditions for BT to invest billions of pounds in rolling out full fibre broadband nationwide by giving it flexibility on the pricing of its fastest services for the long term.
Massive sums of public cash to be flushed down the loo
The Commons Public Accounts Committee warns that massive sums of public money could be wasted on an expensive digital transformation plan for the NHS.
Have they looked down the back of the sofa?
Security hardware maker Apricorn has released a report indicating that UK government departments have lost or had stolen more than 1,000 devices in the past year.
Hauser wants Boris to interfere
One of ARM's co-founders has started a campaign to get the UK government to interfere in the deal to flog the outfit to Nvidia.
Multi-billion pound law suit
Search engine outfit Google faces a multibillion-dollar lawsuit in the UK over claims that YouTube routinely breaks privacy laws by tracking children online.