Bishop of Leicester Tim Stevens (third left) and mayor Peter Soulsby (third right) react during a news conference at Leicester Cathedral after a decision of the Judicial Review permitting King Richard lll to be buried at the Cathedral in Leicester. Photograph: Reuters

England’s King Richard III, whose body was remarkably discovered under a municipal car park, will be reburied near to where he was slain in battle 500(...)

In some senses, Amanda Knox (above) and her co-accused former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito have been tried not twice, but four times, for the killing of Meredith Kercher. Photograph: Peter Kramer/NBC/Reuters 0:40

On the morning after the dramatic Florence court verdict which saw US student Amanda Knox sentenced in abstencia to 28 years and six months for the No(...)

The scales of justice at the Old Bailey in London. A new report in Britain has found that the average prison sentence given to white criminals is seven months shorter than that given to Afro-Caribbean offenders. Photograph: Stephen Hird/Reuters

Meeting black youths in sink estates in south London is often, if not always, a depressing experience: life ambitions are limited, while their life ch(...)

An employee displays a HTC smartphone. Some HTC employees were detained by Taiwan authorities after the smartphone maker alleged that some of its trade secrets were breached. Photo: Bloomberg

HTC employees were detained by Taiwan authorities after the smartphone maker alleged that some of its trade secrets were breached. Five people, includ(...)

Attendees wear Google Glass while posing for a group photo during the Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco last May. In some cases, governments themselves are responding to privacy worries. Last week, Brazil changed its proposed data-protection law to require that citizen data be hosted within Brazil, prompting complaints from Facebook and Google. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

For businesses, the twin issues of data privacy and protection have never had a higher profile. International data surveillance concerns for individua(...)