ICO offers resources to assess legality and work with data subjects
Courts service has also equipped its workforce with 11,000 laptops
Minister reveals former Met commissioner will lead review into incident
Scottish companies given chance to access programme of guidance on a range of issues
Government will set legal requirements for digital identity providers rather than consider national identity cards
The Singaporean government’s response to Covid-19 has made extensive use of digital, devices, and data – not always uncontroversially. PublicTechnology talks to Kok Ping Soon, the head of GovTech Singapore, to find out more.
Force in Scotland says process will help ‘address any ethical and community-related concerns’
Planned legislation would not rule out the potential for criminal sanctions to be brought against senior managers who fail to act on online harms, says chair of DCMS committee
Elizbeth Denham will remain in post until November, at request of secretary of state
Attack on Scottish environment watchdog happened on Christmas Eve
Government considering launching online tool – but not in time for upcoming polls
Venues in Scotland will be able to conduct trials with juries based in cinemas or other offsite locations
Court orders sought to disqualify directors of the fallen firm, which held an array of technology, infrastructure, and outsourcing contracts with the public sector
Digital secretary says there is a ‘burning need’ for governments to take a greater role in regulating the online world
Ministers stress mass deletion was result of ‘human error’
Minister says data was wiped during ‘standard housekeeping process’
Privacy campaigners have hailed a major victory as a judgement declares the use of general warrants unlawful. PublicTechnology takes a closer look.
PublicTechnology completes our round-up of the most read and significant stories of 2020
PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall picks out the big issues that might shape the year ahead. Apart from that one.
Ofqual data shows almost 28,000 challenges were made
Scottish Parliamentary committee invites views from the public