Calls for a privacy probe after Scottish Prison Service is first UK agency to admit using controversial phone blocking technology.
The freedom of information watchdog has criticised the Scottish Government for keeping 'black spider' letters from Prince Charles secret.
Scotland’s freedom of information commissioner, Rosemary Agnew, has admitted delaying sensitive decisions in the run-up to the independence referendum in 2014.
Trident submariners were guilty of a “prolonged and repeated failure” to understand and control reactor risks at the Faslane nuclear base on the Clyde.
Emails reveal landowners have been inhumanely shooting beavers and causing them to suffer slow, painful deaths.
Nine firms have bid for the rights to start fracking large swathes of Scotland, despite the current moratorium on the practice.
The “naming and shaming” of the 75 salmon farms that have shot 180 seals around the Scottish coast over the last two years has prompted calls for a boycott by consumers and supermarkets.
The CCTV network that scans Scotland's streets, shops and parks is fragmented, obsolete and may violate the law, according to a secret police report.
An internal police report that officials meant to keep secret says that body-worn cameras are “questionable” under data protection law meant to ensure personal privacy.