Tech youth’s auto-lawyer can help data breach victims to sue

Josh Browder first hit the headlines for creating software that allows users to challenge parking ticket fines.  The innovation prompted the 21-year-old to adapt the tool to help with problems including disputes with landlords and compensation searches for travellers who lose their flight luggage. The tech wizard’s app, DoNotPay, became a decisive aid earlier this […]

Facebook hack victims fewer than first thought

Automated software led to hackers accessing the private information of 29 million Facebook users in last week’s highly publicised data breach, Reuters reports. GDPR:Report last week described how the social media giant’s most recent data privacy transgression was thought to have compromised in the region of 50 million accounts’ details, but the number of people […]

High court blocks alleged google privacy breach

An attempt to sue computer giant, Google, has fallen through in the High Court. Former director of Which? consumer group, Richard Lloyd, led the case against Google on behalf of ‘Google You Owe Us’ – a team of individuals who claim to have been the victims of Google tracking over the period of some months […]