A man who racked up a £50,000 debt on an online betting site, Spreadex, has been released of paying the debt after claiming that his girlfriend’s 5 year old son made (very unsuccessful) unauthorised trades using his account.
Big Brother Blindfolded at Last? USA moves to create a bill of rights aimed at consumer data privacy
In light of recent breaches into consumer privacy (as noted in this blog), the US Government last Friday (24.02.2012) issued a blueprint for legislation: “Consumer Data Privacy in a Networked
Kim Dotcom (nee Kim Schmitz), internet pirate and founder of megaupload.com, has been granted bail in New Zealand today as District Court Judge Nevin Dawson deemed that Dotcom was no longer a flight risk.
Ruling A Reminder To Businesses To Get Their Customer Agreements, Website Terms And Privacy Policies In Check
In a 60-page judgment handed down by US District Judge Liam O’Grady of Virginia on 10 November 2011, the US Justice Department has been granted access to
Over the weekend it was almost impossible to turn on the television without seeing something about the Qantas turmoil and how it has left tens of thousands of travelers stranded around