In this edition of Insiders, we explore online privacy and data protection in Europe
Silkie Carlo is a policy officer for Liberty, the National Council for Civil Liberties in the UK. One of many NGOs campaigning against the Investigatory Powers Act. She tells Valerie Gauriat why her o
David Anderson is the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation in the United Kingdom. He is the author of the Bulk Powers Review, which analyses the operational case of bulk collection of data,
Adrian Kennard is the Director of Andrews & Arnold, a british Internet Service Provider. He tells Valerie Gauriat of the industry's concerns over the Investigatory Powers Act, it deems not only intru
Tim Dawson is the President of the UK's National Union of "Journalists":http://www.pressgazette.co.uk/journalists-urged-to-voice-their-concerns-over-draft-laws-which-threaten-sources-and-photographers
Euronews anchor Sophie Claudet speaks with MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht about data protection rights and responsibilities in Europe.
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The European Parliament has backed sharing airline passenger data across the EU as part of the fight against terrorism. The European Commission first
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EU governments on Monday backed sweeping changes to the bloc’s data protection laws, saying there should be one set of rules for all 28 member
Big Data is a big idea circulating in the worlds of government, business and academia which, its supporters say, promises to revolutionise the way we
British Prime Minister David Cameron has rushed emergency measures through parliament to allow police and security services access to phone and
It has been dubbed the ‘right to be forgotten’. In a case pitting privacy campaigners against Google, a top EU court says Internet firms can be
Europe’s top court ruled on Tuesday that an EU law that forced firms to store customer data for up to two years is illegal The European Court of
CeBit – the digital industry’s biggest trade fair – has opened its doors. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister David Cameron
US retail giant Target has apologised to customers after hackers stole payment card and personal information from the company’s data bases. Forty
France continues to seethe following a report published in the newspaper Le Monde which revealed the extent to which the US National Security Agency
Big Data is one of the new buzzwords being branded around in Brussels as a potential source of breakthroughs in new business and entrepreneurship