Only 19 percent of UK students were able to switch to remote learning without friction, according to new research.
What personal data is being collected when ordering your favourite takeaway online with the likes of Deliveroo, JustEat and UberEats? A new study has analysed privacy policies from the UK’s most popular food apps.
Facebook has announced that it will not take on any new political ads in the seven days prior to the US election in November, but will still allow existing ads to continue to be promoted and targeted at different users.
A Coventry University-led research project investigating GDPR compliance through cookies in websites and apps has launched an innovative tracking-free website, which has been designed to protect the privacy of all visitors to the project website.
Brits put a price on privacy: half would pay more to brands committed to protecting their personal data
Half (49%) of UK adults would pay more to do business with an organisation that is committed to protecting their personal data – surpassing Germany (41%), Spain (36%) and France (17%), according to new research.
WordPress is adding in-app purchases to its previously free iOS app after claiming Apple prevented it from making updates until the change was made.
Google is opposing an Australian law forcing tech giants to pay local news outlets, warning it could threaten search services in the country.
Adverty AB has signed an agreement with kidtech platform SuperAwesome, to allow compliant, kid-safe ads to be displayed in relevant mobile games using Adverty’s in-game ad technology.
Leading trade associations and companies representing every sector of the global advertising industry today joined together to launch the Partnership for Responsible Addressable Media.
Both Twitter and Facebook have blocked a video shared by accounts linked to US President Donald Trump for violating their policies on coronavirus misinformation.
Trade body IAB Europe has partnered with IAB Tech Lab to launch the IAB Privacy Lab, a new service to help development of privacy, data protection, legal compliance, and self-regulation standards for national markets.
Tech titans vs. US Congress: Zuckerberg, Cook, Pichai and Bezos face blockbuster grilling over digital monopoly
Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon bosses have appeared virtually together at a US hearing, grilled over having ‘too much power’.
Two leading anti-fraud and brand safety organizations Trustworthy Accountability Group (TAG) and Joint Industry Committee for Web Standards (JICWEBS) have announced an agreement to merge.
Facebook has taken the European Union to court for invading the privacy of its employees, during its antitrust probe into the social network.
A blockbuster antitrust hearing featuring CEOs from four of the biggest tech companies in the world has been postponed.
The Twitter accounts of major companies and individuals have been compromised in one of the most widespread hacks the platform has ever seen, resulting in a bitcoin scam that is earning its creators huge amounts of money.
In a major U-turn, the UK government has ordered all Huawei technology to be stripped out of the UK’s 5G network by 2027.
Google, Facebook and Twitter and Telegram are among tech companies that are pausing processing requests for user data from Hong Kong law-enforcement agencies following China’s imposition of a national-security law on the city.
“These advertisers will be back on the platform soon enough”: Zuckerberg stands firm against Facebook ad boycott
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has shown no sign of backing down as the number of brands boycotting the Facebook platform grows.
Google will now automatically delete people’s search and location history after 18 months, as it attempts to calm concerns from regulators that it controls too much information about individuals.