Genetic testing kits sold online and in pharmacies are failing to protect consumers’ privacy raising concerns about human rights, academics have warned.
Former undercover police officers giving evidence to the ‘spy cops’ Pitchford Inquiry will not face retrospective misconduct proceedings
Councils across Scotland are failing to implement surveillance laws properly, according to inspection reports obtained by The Ferret.
Former undercover policeman Mark Kennedy tells Pitchford Inquiry that he is seeking immunity from misconduct proceedings.
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.
Mobile phone firms have been criticised for letting government agencies exploit weaknesses in their networks rather than taking steps to secure customer data.
Key witness at Pitchford inquiry asks Scottish Government to obtain aliases used by undercover Met Police officers.
The Ferret publishes classified documents revealing Scots police accessed top secret GCHQ spy programme.
The policeman leading a probe into the undercover policing scandal at the Met Police is ‘unfit’ for the role, say campaigners.