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Drone
On by Tom Jowitt 0

Drones are set to become increasingly popular and will deliver benefits, but there are security, privacy and safety risks

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BBC Broadcasting House
On by Matthew Broersma 0

Stories were removed by Google under the EU's controversial 'Right to be Forgotten' law

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Hacker, cyber crime, anonymous © gualtiero boffi, Shutterstock 2014
On by Matthew Broersma 0

Whisper, which claims to allow users to post messages anonymously, has defended itself against The Guardian's claims that it tracks users

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The NHS logo on a sign
On by Matthew Broersma 0

Controversial care.data programme is to be tested in four areas to help allay confidentiality fears

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Facebook, mobile © Annette Shaff Shutterstock 2012
On by Tom Jowitt 0

Facebook allegedly developing a way for people to anonymously use the social network

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data centre
On by Matthew Broersma 0

The facilities, based in Frankfurt and Munich, are partly in response to questions around security, Oracle said

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Blackphone booth MWC
On by Steve McCaskill 0

Blackphone and Silent Circle are to reward hackers who report vulnerabilities

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On by Steve McCaskill 0

Apple CEO Tim Cook stresses company's commitment to privacy and security following recent events

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apple store beijing china teve McCaskill
On by Tom Jowitt 0

Apple looks to hire a local manager in China to handle 'data requests' from the Chinese government

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Eye spy surveillance security, biometric retina iris © agsandrew Shutterstock
On by Matthew Broersma 0

Amid concern over government Internet surveillance, user data requests have continued to rise

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