Internet trolling expert Jonathan Bishop has said that the actions by Merseyside Police in soliciting a complaint against Lord Alan Sugar following him posting an offensive tweet was immoral and unethical.
Publicly funded bodies in the United Kingdom, including The Department for Work and Pensions and Cardiff Metropolitan University have been found to be requesting medical records from patients, students and other customers in order to assess disability entitlements and service access opportunities.
Jobcentre Plus officials in Southampton have been criticised following sending a letter suspected to be computer generated to a Jobseekers Allowance claimant whose grandmother had recently passed away.
A gagging order preventing Crocels’s board of directors from publishing materials that make reference to a senior Tory politician “in any text, letter, e-mail or on any Internet site” has been issued by South Wales Police.
A former Pontypridd town councillor has condemned the Welsh Government and South Wales Police for the funding of a Twitter project involving a South Wales Police officer receiving tax payers money to spend their time tweeting the incidents they are handling.
A South Wales Police Officer has come under fire for psychological traumatising a member of the public following a brawl in a Cardiff massage parlour when a prostitute refused to honour a contract with a customer.
South Wales Police’s Chief Constable, Peter Vaughan, is facing fresh claims of discrimination in his police force, after an alleged attempt to silence an equality activist who tried to take up their human rights to religious expression.
A West Wales University has denied claims that they used an Internet newswire to distributedpress releases promoting academics.