Privacy and surveillance
Police Scotland accelerates use of Police Scotland’s use of a controversial form of facial recognition has tripled over the last five years.
Campaigners say the UK is supposed to have comparable data protection laws to the EU and called on regulators to do more to enforce UK citizen's data protection rights.
Organisations linked to an alleged Chinese secret police station in Glasgow repeatedly invited Nicola Sturgeon to the premises and met Jeremy Corbyn.
A businessman behind a Glasgow restaurant accused of being a Chinese secret police station met with Boris Johnson…
Ferret Fact Service explains why TikTok is facing pressure and scrunity in Europe and the US.
A former chief executive of the Scottish Salmon Company accused of spying on an activist is involved in plans for a major new fish farm in Grimsby.
A cyber attack targeting Angus Council last year cost £25,000 to remedy, The Ferret can reveal.
A firm building broadband services across Scotland is backed by an Emirati company that invested in an Israeli firm behind controversial spyware called Pegasus.
Scottish local authorities have recorded more than 10,000 data breaches over the last five years, The Ferret can reveal.