September 2016

Investigatory Powers Bill update
In August, the Anderson Review into bulk data collection – initiated by Teresa May as Home Secretary – published its findings. Britain’s spies should be allowed to continue harvesting large [...]
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Olympic error: Chris Froome and Bradley Wiggins
Sports stars are rarely targets for alleged state-sponsored hacking. However, the condemnation piled upon Russia in advance of this year’s Olympic Games should have prompted the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) [...]
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Hillary Clinton Endorses Encryption
Earlier this month, Hillary Clinton’s campaign team announced that they have adopted end-to-end encryption. Following controversies surrounding Clinton’s use of personal email while in office, coupled with the revelation last month [...]
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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018
Compliance and data protection in the EU is changing. By May 2018 the new regulation for the protection of data within the EU will be enforced. Although this may seem [...]
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