Cybersecurity is a hot topic right now following the hacking of infidelity dating website Ashley Madison in the summer and telecoms firm Talk Talk last week.
Companies are investing millions of pounds to try and prevent hackers from stealing customers personal data.
But a new art installation in All Saints gardens in Cambridge is highlighting just how much information we share, unwittingly, through our own smart phones.
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A chief nurse from the Cambridge University Hospital trust has said that the chaperone policy at the hospital where peadophile doctor Myles Bradbury abused his patients, was weak.
A report into how Myles Bradbury was able to abuse vulnerable children highlighted failures in the hospital's chaperoning policy, which allowed Bradbury to be alone with children during examinations.
It also said parents were not given enough information about what treatment and procedures should be taking place.
An independent investigation into paedophile doctor Myles Bradbury say throughout the time he was abusing children, no staff or parents had suspected anything.
The NHS trust say they sharing lessons with colleagues across the NHS to help prevent this type of abuse from happening in other hospitals.
"We found that contrary to our provisional expectations, no member of staff had suspected Myles Bradbury of unprofessional let alone criminal behaviour.
Although we found now individual failings, the one policy that was clearly inadequate was the chaperone policy. We found that Myles Bradbury was allowed to use this policy and the flexibility of the appointment arrangements to commit and conceal his offences."
A report into how a paeodophile doctor was able to abuse vulnerable children at Addenbrooke's hospital has been published today.Read the full story ›
A report into how a paeodophile doctor was able to abuse vulnerable children at Addenbrooke's hospital is due to be published today.
Myles Bradbury, 42, was jailed for 22 years for sexually abusing young cancer patients in his care between 2009 and 2013.
During a trial at Cambridge Crown Court at the end of last year, the jury was told he had abused and filmed 18 boys in his care.
A judge described him as one of the worst paedophiles he had ever seen.
Train operator Abellio Greater Anglia says services between Norwich and Cambridge and Peterborough are likely to be disrupted until the end of the today.
The problems follow the derailment of a freight train at Wymondham earlier today.
Services are currently beginning and terminating at Thetford with a bus service on to Norwich. But it's adding an hour to journey times.
Train services between Norwich and Peterborough and Cambridge have been suspended after a freight train was derailed at Wymondham.
Trainer operator Abellio Greater Anglia says it doesn't know when normal services will resume.
Rail commuters who use Cambridge station are having a particularly difficult time at the moment with improvement work adding to the queues.Read the full story ›
The Duke of Cambridge has gone back to St John's College where he spent time studying, to officially open a new archive centre.Read the full story ›
Filming is underway in Cambridge for the second series of ITV's Grantchester.
It's a gruelling schedule and shooting for a single scene can run into several days but there's always time for a practical joke.
Watch the moment that Robson Green and James Norton decide to pass their time between scenes by photobombing ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson.
Robson Green and James talked about their "bromance" on and off set.
The cast have become part of the village, taking part in a cricket match and pub quiz with the locals.