New clauses from industry body the Lloyds Market Association are designed to restrict the liability of underwriters for the high cost of cybercrime. Is this a positive step?
Privacy and data protection
Over 100,000 spam emails were sent from a breached FBI server this weekend, highlighting the poor cyber defences at key US government agencies.
Google's victory in an appeal against a class-action lawsuit could make it harder for privacy groups to pursue Big Tech - and smaller businesses - through the courts.
A new report says using data more efficiently – and providing reliable accompanying infrastructure – could ease pressure on the NHS.
The use of AWS by GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 raises some sovereignty concerns but experts say accidental exposure is a greater security risk.
The British public will need reassurances on cybersecurity if it is to accept government proposals for an ecosystem of identity services.
Nearly 50% of consumers feel unable to control their data, while a third have ditched suppliers in response to their data protection practices, according to a new global survey.
Schools in Scotland have deployed facial recognition systems in their canteens. Experts fear more surveillance technology could follow.
Carmakers are collecting increasing amounts of data from connected vehicles. But legislation around how this data can be used is lacking.
A new government app could help more citizens access digital public services. But the project must take heed of past mistakes if it is to be a success.
Industry body BCS, the UK's Chartered Institute for IT, says human review of AI decisions must remain as the UK government ponders changes to data laws.
Policymakers in Europe have called for a ban on police using facial recognition software. Such a move is unlikely to be replicated in the UK.
The simultaneous outage at Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp came at an awkward time for Mark Zuckerberg's company, as it battles court proceedings which could lead to its break-up.