Tag Archives: GCHQ

Comment: Safeguarding data – secure, private and accessible

Privacy between a lawyer and their client has, traditionally, been sacrosanct but new legal rulings and increased data vulnerability through employees using their own computer devices threatens security and confidentiality. Thomas Chappelow, managing director of Nimbox, examines these threats and explains what can be done to ensure that files are securely encrypted and can be […]

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Snoopers charter, take two

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The Data Retention and Investigation Powers Bill, supported almost unanimously in pre-publication by the big three political parties, has just been passed into law, marking the saddest day for civil liberties in recent history. Frustratingly, despite it being widely-touted as an ‘emergency law’ that is going to protect us all from the terrorists and demons, […]

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