Protests are being planned after the UK Civil Aviation Authority sanctioned the testing of a massive new military drone at RAF Lossiemouth.
The Information Commissioner is to probe a controversial medical database after campaigners raised concerns that GPs may have broken privacy laws.
Facebook has issued an apology to the Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament after blocking people from accessing the peace organisation’s website.
The Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament is considering an official complaint to Ofcom after Facebook blocked users from accessing the peace organisation’s website.
Police Scotland has failed to meet official standards for gathering evidence from mobile phones, according to a Watchdog report.
Landowners have been urged to remove locked gates and a fence on paths at Loch Na Bo Estate, near Lhanbryde, by Moray Council and others. The Scottish Rights of Way and Access Society (ScotWays) and walking charity, Ramblers Scotland, said the estate had “ignored” its duty to ensure access rights.
Scottish anti-nuclear groups were spied upon by the British state in the 1970s and 1980s, according to documents released by police to the spycops inquiry.
Concerns raised after possible security flaws in mobile phone analysis technology used by Police Scotland emerge.
Nearly 500,000 people have been removed from a police database - but other public bodies who received the records could still have them.