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 revelations raise new questions about the government’s appetite for the removal of basic rights to privacy
Technology is driving us towards a world of total transparency
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
Children could be 'embarrassed' by baby photos in later life
The ruling includes remotely activating microphones and cameras on electronic devices without the owner’s knowledge
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
The Home Office is keeping Ms May's list of visited websites a secret
Cook said: 'I don't believe that the tradeoff here is privacy versus national security.'
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
Liberal Democrats lead bid to defeat controversial draft Bill in upper house
Early indications of what the Bill contains give genuine cause for alarm - including reviving proposals from the Snooper's Charter