Digital rights

When it comes to our digital rights, as with so many other things we hold dear, we are balancing on the edge of a precipice, human rights researcher Annina Claesson writes.
Secretary of State for Health Matt Hancock joined Paul Waugh for a sit down to talk about him running to be the next Conservative leader, his plans for the NHS as prime minister and how regulation online needs to be beefed up.
We all need to take responsibility in educating children and young people on the media's responsibilities and the ways in which they can protect their privacy and challenge any breaches of their rights.
Growing Up Digital recommends that digital citizenship should be taught from the age of four to fourteen with a voluntary extension for older children, which would show the way to get the best out of the internet.
With just weeks until the General Election, a new poll has found political parties are discussing issues outside the economy