Your colour laser printer or photocopier may be printing a hidden ‘bar code’ on every document.
Whilst we’re discussing compensation for data loss, a US citizen is suing Best Buy for $54m for the loss of her laptop.
An online service claims to be able to secure compensation for individuals who claim they were affected by the HMRC data loss incident.
An innovative eBayer has posted a comprehensive guide on how to defraud eBayers.
A Canadian company has launched an identification service that embodies some of the most important principles of identity crime prevention.
BAA is trialling the biometric identification systems that will be used throughout the new Terminal 5, but is this an appropriate solution, and what exactly is the problem?
Privacy protection pioneers Garlik have been recognised for their innovation at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Last year’s data loss incidents have sparked a fascinating discussion that compares personally identifiable information with radioactive waste – and who is supposed to pay to clear it up.
The risks associated with social networking sites are becoming a hot topic, but a recent incident demonstrates a new low for employer attitudes towards staff use of the Internet.
The Information Commissioner has published fresh guidance about acceptable use of CCTV cameras. The most notable part of this is a recommended ban on microphones to record conversations. Why is this such a big deal?