Careless generation are more concerned about their Facebook profile than falling victim to fraud, despite being an ‘at risk’ group.
By Bob Morgan, Former Met Police, Lib Dem campaigner, community worker and activist.
Young people’s use of social technology and their attitudes toward Data Protection.
Vital powers to help catch criminals, save lives and protect children are outlined in the Communications Data Bill.
Half of the public think the Communications Data Bill is poor value for money and a strong majority say they do not trust that the data about Internet use will be kept secure, according to a YouGov survey commissioned by Big Brother Watch.
In normal circumstances crime doesn’t pay but in the case of the start-up InternetEyes, shoplifting is proving lucrative.
Effective legislation helps minimise monitoring by governments, regulate surveillance by companies and ensure that personal information is properly protected.
One of the UK’s largest government contractors has created a database which contains the personal details of eight million UK children, all without the knowledge or consent of their parents. By Anne Sewell.
By Alice Moran.
Today’s young people could pay a high price pay at work or in health insurance for giving up their privacy online. By FrÃ©dÃ©ric Filloux.