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The UK government should endorse the security of smart meters to help build confidence in their use, a committee of MPs has recommended. 26 Sep 2016
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has reported a rise in the number of cyber attacks reported to it by firms in the financial services sector over the past two years. 26 Sep 2016
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This guide is based on UK law. It was last updated in January 2013.
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Manufacturers looking to test and deploy 'driverless' cars in the US will be asked to carry out a "safety assessment" and send the results to a US regulator under a new policy framework set by the US government. 23 Sep 2016
Yahoo can expect data protection authorities around the world to scrutinise its handling of a major data breach it has reported, an expert has said. 23 Sep 2016
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