FindFace has racked up 500,000 users in only two months
Facebook called for the case to be thrown out, but a judged has ruled that it should continue
You now have the right 'to be forgotten'
Privacy premiered at London's Donmar Warehouse in 2014 but is getting a US version this summer
The are looking to dramatically reduce or annul the multi-million dollar ruling
Cellebrite is reportedly the 'non-governmental third party' which may have found a way to gain access to the iPhone
Countries like Korea and Sweden are looking at making the move towards a cashless society. But money experts fear that the complete disappearance of hard cash would not benefit ordinary people.
Companies will not be allowed to tell customers if their messages are being shared with police
The 15-year-old 'safe harbour' pact between the US and EU allowed American companies to import the personal data of Europeans
Snowden suggested that Isis could see a benefit in scaring Western nations into clamping down on encryption
The new feature makes it easier than ever before to browse Facebook securely and privately
Passcode-protected iPhones can currently only be unlocked by their owners - a proposed New York law wants to change that
Telegram founder Pavel Durov said: 'The right for privacy is more important than our fear of bad things happening, like terrorism'
The page can reveal how much personal information you're giving away online
The powers are set to begin being pushed into law from Wednesday
The site claims that the changes were just to make the policy more readable