UK government plans Internet regulator

Proposed Internet regulator would hold tech giants accountable for content published on their platforms.

UK Regulator Sets Out Priorities For Growing The Internet Of Things

The U.K.’s telecoms regulator Ofcom has identified four areas it plans to prioritize in order to support the development of the Internet of Things, after taking input from various industry “stakeholders” last year. Read More

U.K. Gov’t To Invest $250M In Cyber Security Startups To Help Spooks

Despite on-going belt-tightening of the U.K.’s public finances, there’s going to be more taxpayer cash and support up for grabs for cyber security startups starting from early 2016. Read More

The EU Tried to End Roaming Fees and Ended Net Neutrality Instead

The internet is a global network. That means if one part of the world decides to start pulling the wrong levers, we could be dealing with the consequences. And the European parliament just pulled a very big lever by voting down amendments to net neutrality rules that include dangerous loopholes.

NetMundial conference in Brazil set to discuss "the future of the Internet"

A meeting has been called in Sao Paolo, Brazil, to determine best policy and practice for governments and organisations when dealing with internet, following more NSA revelations by Edward Snowden.Read more: http://www.itproportal.

‘Emergency’ UK government snooping bill catches UK ISPs off guard

A new bill being rushed through parliament by Prime Minister David Cameron sets to change the way data is collected and telecommunications companies have been caught unawares.Read more:

U.K. Gov’t Aims Cash At Driverless Cars, Internet Of Things And Digital Currencies

Giving his final budget before the U.K. general election this May, and inevitable sales pitch to the U.K. electorate,

UK Fast Tracks Emergency Surveillance Law

The UK government has confirmed it will introduce emergency legislation next Monday that will require Internet and phone companies to keep records of customer metadata. It said the aim of the new emergency legislation is to maintain existing data retention powers,

New U.K. Government Focuses On Startups And Spooks

The U.K. voted in a General Election on Thursday. The result ends five years of coalition government, and ushers in five years of true blue Tory rule. Here’s a quick round up of a few of the tech issues and areas that are going to be in play over the course of this Parliament. Read More

Who Will Really Benefits From the Internet Space Race?

In the film Elysium, the ultra-rich have left an apocalyptic Earth ravaged by global warming and overpopulation. Their utopian colony orbits high above Earth which festers below. Science fiction, but Silicon Valley techno-utopians also dream of rising above the planet’s problems.Read more...

Push For Greater State Surveillance Powers Could Have Chilling Effect On U.K. Tech Sector

The U.K. government is lining up a new piece of legislation to expand the state’s digital data capture powers. The incoming bill, the Investigatory Powers Bill, was announced in the Queen’s speech this week.

Huawei unveils Mate20 and Mate20 Pro with boosted AI and in-screen fingerprint sensor

New Mate20 and Mate20 Pro devices look to target “young entrepreneurs” with souped-up AI power.

MoD secrets exposed in major cyberattack

Secrets of the Ministry of Defence have been exposed in numerous cyber security incidents last year.

The future of commerce will be the human touch

Bringing emotion and empathy to the online experience will be the defining characteristic of a successful eCommerce retailer.

Contactless becomes most popular form of in-store payment

Worldpay study sees 30 per cent increase in contactless as consumers drop cash payments.

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies

Allen died in Seattle due to complications caused by the non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

The future of the fintech will require security, not just innovation

To stand a chance of remaining successful in the future banking market, financial services companies must ensure IAM policies are thorough, while guaranteeing API security. Any lapses here will cost a company dearly.

GCHQ demands companies shape up their IoT security

Security protector publishes rules to be followed by tech firms, with the likes of Hive already on board.

Salesforce brings voice to CRM with new Einstein Voice Assistant

Salesforce users can now obtain valuable data and insights with only their voice.

UK employees feel remote working guilt

Half of UK employees working remotely feel pressure to prove their working.

Painting by numbers: developing the real productivity picture

Could technology and data analytics be used to improve not only the workplace but also an organisation's employees?

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Startup CEO Offers 1,284 Slides In The Most Insane PowerPoint Ever

To mark the occasion of his 30th birthday, serial entrepreneur and occasional Harvard spammer Ryan Allis decided to give back to the world that had been so generous to him. So he made a PowerPoint. Read more...



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What Knives You Can Carry Where In The United States

Knives! Either pointy and scary or practical and useful, depending on who you ask. And that's reflected in our bizarre hodgepodge of unclearly written knife laws. Let's make them easy to understand.Read more...

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