With advances in technology, new GDPR laws, and a growing concern for fake news, here' some of the latest discussions around digital ethics.
As the witching hour approaches some of the scariest things for charities to know about aren't the ghosts and ghouls of October 31.
Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) fines Facebook £500,000 for suspected failings related to compliance with the UK data protection principles covering lawful processing of data and data security
Haunted by fears of travel chaos after Brexit? Take your office to the cloud to avoid any international travel disruption in a no-deal Brexit.
The Department for Education report says social media use is not directly harming children’s mental health, however it shines a light on associated risks such as online bullying and lack of sleep.
Brexit and its implications for GDPR can seem like a scary concept, especially with a no-deal looming, so we've put together some information and advice for charities.
Bewildered by Brexit and its impact on your charity? As a potential no-deal Brexit looms, we waded in to shed some light on the reality ahead.
Barnardo's polled adults and children to find out what they thought the main forms of communication will be in 2049.
The online fundraising platform is one of a number of charities and associated organisations found to be in breach of the Fundraising Regulator’s code.
The deadline for charities to comply with Making Tax Digital is just under two weeks away - here is an overview of the help and resources available.