Liberty has launched a crowd-funded legal challenge to the UK government's ‘assault on our freedom’ through the so-called ‘snoopers' charter’.

Matt Hancock has responded to comments made at the CES technology show in which UK support for tech firms was labelled ‘an embarrassment’.

Anne Longfield, the Children's Commissioner for England has published a report calling for new laws to protect children's online privacy and data, warning children do not know how to deal with common problems online.

Llama Digital will partner the Isle of Wight Council to boost cycle usage by using innovative digital technology.

Gary Shapiro, the CES tech show’s event organiser has raised concern over the the UK government's lack of support for start-up companies, claiming the help available was a ‘source of embarrassment’.

Eight West Cornwall town councils are working together to launch a ‘ground breaking’ CCTV project to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.

The government has pledged £440 million to help the hardest-to-reach parts of the UK get superfast broadband.

Under a new assessment framework launched for consultation, the CQC will assess how GPs are making use of technology to ‘ensure timely access’ for patients.

Hospitals run by Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board (ABMU) are set to receive almost £3.5 million for improving wi-fi networks for patients and visitors.

1.4 million UK homes and offices remain unable to sign up for the broadband speeds required to meet a typical household’s digital needs.

The BBC has learnt that ten senior civil servants left the Government Digital Service (GDS) in the year to April.

Internet giant Yahoo has revealed that more than one billion user accounts may have been affected in a hacking attack, which dates back to 2013.

A new report has said that the rollout of the UK's future 5G mobile network must be handled better than 4G.

Aberdeen City Council’s Being Digital programme has gifted the city’s streets with free-high speed Wi-Fi.

The Charity Commission has launched a new customer survey to help shape the Commission’s digital future.

According to new research released by EY, the top priority for public sector chief financial officers will be digital technology adoption.