Two super spammers, who sent millions of nuisance texts "that blatantly break the law" to people claimed they were owed personal
So do I blame the CPS for this list release? Not especially: unless overwhelming evidence to the contrary appears, I'll happily accept it was an error. But still, it was an error made by an organisation whose respect for individuals seems to be waning and whose humanity score, of late has been dipping dangerously low.
The Crown Prosecution Service has been accused of a "horrifying" breach of data after it mistakenly released the names of
The government has been ordered to release secret internal guidelines on when the consent of the Prince of Wales and the
The government has been ordered to release secret internal guidelines on when the consent of the Prince of Wales is required
The information watchdog has reopened its investigation into Google's Street View cars and the personal data collected from
The Information Commissioner has warned that heath secretary Andrew Lansley's repeated refusal to publish the NHS Risk Register
The Department for Education's private emails are subject to Freedom of Information laws and Whitehall will have to disclose
The question senior media executives should have asked themselves, as they listened to the shocking evidence from the family of Milly Dowler to the Leveson inquiry yesterday, was not just how did it come to this, but, why didn't we act sooner?
Oliver Letwin broke the law when he dumped confidential documents in public bins, the Information Commissioner (ICO) has
Vince Cable has apologised "unreservedly" after confidential documents were found in bins outside his constituency office