Little-known bulk messaging companies use the access they’ve brokered to hundreds of phone networks to send millions of messages cheaply and quickly around the world. But this efficiency comes at a co...
Mitto AG’s network used to track people via mobile phones, former employees say
Social media platforms are failing to get to grips with a wave of dangerous misinformation targeting Indians on social media
Internal document warns that new system could perpetuate existing biases against certain nationalities
The Bureau has identified more than 100 Instagram accounts using the platform to make money through spreading misinformation about Covid-19 and vaccines
Despite changing its rules after the Bureau found reams of misinformation on its platform, Facebook was still letting popular pages post dangerous false statements about Covid-19 and vaccines
Controversial tech firm Palantir now holds £23m deal to oversee critical data store of patient records
The Bureau has found hundreds of pages using monetisation tools designed by Facebook while spreading dangerous misinformation about Covid-19 and vaccines
An investigation has found evidence of phone intrusions by private intelligence companies in more than 60 countries. How did we get to this point?
A security vulnerability in phone technology is being exploited by private intelligence companies via small networks in Jersey and Guernsey
The Facebook CEO's threat can be revealed by the Bureau after a two-year fight to make notes from the meeting in 2018 public
Boris Johnson’s chief adviser had a vision of government by data. But when the pandemic gave him a chance to remake the British state, he flunked it
The vaunted app has been mired in difficulties, from development to a glitchy trial run on the Isle of Wight
An investigation by the Bureau has found that technology companies are getting access to data that has previously been tightly controlled to help build apps to slow the disease
The pandemic has given a boost to controversial data-driven initiatives to track population movements, developed in response to the so-called migrant crisis of 2015, as part of efforts to stem the tid...
Graham Stuart MP held the meeting with SenseTime in June 2019 despite reports that the company’s products had been used in Xinjiang province
The Information Commissioner's Office has chosen to support the development of several controversial big data projects without public consultation
The Bureau has discovered there are grave concerns about new tool developed by the Ministry of Justice to determine how prisoners are assigned to different types of prison
MPs have raised questions over work Boris Johnson's top adviser did for Babylon, shortly before a government minister endorsed the company