Police Scotland has admitted seizing more than a hundred mobile phones a day, amid mounting calls for the government to clarify the rules that protect citizens from police snooping.
Amazon pays more to Fife Council in rates and rent than it does to the UK government in corporation tax, prompting calls for the internet giant to pay its “fair share of tax.”
Nicola Sturgeon pledged to deliver gender balanced boards on all Scotland's public bodies in 2015. Since then 80 women have joined the board room, but many public bodies still typically pay women far less than men.
After a breach in radioactive waste management procedures at the Trident submarine base on the Clyde, Ministry of Defence bosses admitted there had been "clear process failings and a lack of management supervision."
The Office of the Surveillance Commissioners identify 'significant issues' with the way Police Scotland staff treat surveillance material.
Police Scotland confirm plans to delete half a billion historic ANPR records that are not linked to criminal activity... once they've worked out how.
Campaigners have backed calls for tighter regulation of the way Police Scotland handle biometric data, such as photographs.
Animal rights, environment and anti-nuclear campaigners are “of concern” according to counter-terrorism training materials produced by Scotland’s largest council.