In the early years of their marriage the Queen and Prince Philip lived in Malta between 1949 and 1951 at
Before some children are even born they carry a digital footprint with them, with excited parents sharing their ultrasound pictures
Expect ‘daily intrusion’ of your privacy under Theresa May’s new surveillance law – Manchester rights group
People should be fearful of ‘daily intrusions’ by police to their internet records and even personal messages without a warrant, warns a Manchester digital rights organisation.
Data bill is ‘new Big Brother’: Manchester activist slams ‘Orwellian’ government for trying to force through law
The new legislation is being rushed through Parliament this week after Prime Minister David Cameron attracted cross-party support for a law allowing internet service providers (ISPs) and telecoms companies to keep records of calls, texts and internet usage
Germany’s Angela Merkel is looking to forgive the US for allegedly tapping her calls
‘They can’t brush this under carpet’: Pirate Party leader demands end to Big Brother spying at Manchester rally
Loz Kaye tells MM that greater political transparency is needed
Can we copy and paste our way to Facebook privacy?
Three-year trial comes to end.
MM’s Mike Renton looks at how Twitter is giving fans greater access to celebrities and the stars themselves greater control.
If you hear someone has a secret but you’re not allowed to know, it can send you insane…