Social network suffers yet another privacy Zuck-up
Pay peanuts, get chips
It knows what you did last January
The charity isn't happy with 'the mass exploitation' of individuals' data
Zuck continues to snub UK MPs
Some people don't listen. Others listen too much
We probably shouldn't be that shocked
Cook fears harvested personal data being 'weaponised'
You should see your face
'Uninstall trackers' are apparently a dev tool ripe for abuse
The ultimate Do Not Track?
Another product you won't remember by 2020
Accessing online grot will require stating your age before the fun starts
Censorship or free speech? Google is stuck on an impossible tightrope
Are you IP56 rated or are you just leaking?
Judge rules no case to answer
Any site that lets you log in with your Facebook account could be affected
Google backtracks on its controversial Chrome change
Stay-at-home Bond types set off the loudest irony klaxon
You'd think Apple would be beyond his after the High Sierra debacle
But firm won't critique your use of the 'Desperate Slutty Singles' app
But there's no indication that data was used for nefarious purposes
But emphasises that this doesn't apply to the rest of the world
Tor blimey guv'
We love the smell of irony in the morning
The search giant was previously kept quiet with a gagging order
The irony klaxon is deafening
Not this nonsense again....
Sigh. Not if you're the energy provider, obviously
Privacy-unaware app allegedly breached Apple's data-collection policies
But it still looks like a disgruntled paint mixer
Plaintiff wants to speak for everyone affected
Report shows the public is losing trust in the NHS's ability to protect their data
Facebook said no, because of course it did
But some say the overall effect on privacy is unacceptable
Celebrates with a promise of new functionality on the way
This could be the biggest GDPR fail yet
CCleaner ppwned your pprivacy, warn critics
Masses of apps fail to meet Facebook's 1 August re-submission deadline
Aaron Banks also gets a digital slap
Investigatory Powers Tribunal not impressed with poor government oversight
Seems like it could do with a holiday. Possibly with a different airline.
This changes everything (in terms of where your stuff is located)
You can read it like an.. well, you know
No, not more breach, just new data
Questions include 'a sphinter says what?"