'Discredited people become bankrupt' warns former research director
Get the blighters living in fear of the state nice and early, seemingly
How difficult is it to implement a bit of password protection...
Firm wants congressman to develop a less onerous 'third way' for data privacy
Investigation underway by Federal Kookaburra of Investigations
The messages still crop up in notifications on Apple's desktop OS
Firm says negative media reports drove away customers - cry some more, eh?
It can stay, but only if it behaves
Who'd have thought a censorship heavy regime would make such a move...
Chief disagrees with Facebook's desires to weaken WhatsApp's encryption
But that data was publically available rather than private user information
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, apparently
Don't panic, Amazon has already fixed it
'Stick that in your #DeleteFacebook', smirks social network
Social network is hoping you'll have forgotten all about it by then
But the company's rejection rate hit an all-time-high of 17 per cent
A orgy of faked celeb sex videos are still rampant on the site
Oh look, another abuse of Facebook data....
But this is only the 'fourth most-damaging consequence'', Corero warns
Another day, another potential data collection scandal
Loud, in the crowd, in the cloud. Should it be allowed?
But the update borks data-powered third-party services
The social network billionaire schooled some less than tech-savvy senators
Warns that the internet big boys must not be allowed 'custodian' status
Coalition claims Google is violating child protection laws
Company confirms it's true, it's not illegal and it's tough
But he's happy to play ball with the data regulation in the EU
Despite the data collection strictly speaking being above board
The spectre of the Cambridge Analytica scandal holds heavy
Privacy advocates aren't impressed as the data sharing goes both ways
Cook brands the Cambridge Analytica and Facebook scandal as "dire"
This could be the first domino
Firm won't get access to servers until Friday at the earliest
GDPR isn't always going to give us more security.
Could face hefty fines and ban in Russia if it fails to comply
The social network responds with pretty much a shrug
Tech will be spaffed-out to other porn sites if they want it
'OK Google, please forget I ever existed'
Cellebrite is said to be quietly advertising its capabilities to law enforcement
Researchers unveil privacy boosting framework called 'Veil'
The file-sharing web and desktop clients could have shared a little too much
Also, Pope to be sponsored by Durex
Firm likes its protection with a dose of spying, or so it would seem
...and Seattle... and by its employees...
Great for people who like to get hot and steamy in front of their laptop
It's a data privacy Hancock-up
But who watches the people watching the watchers?