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A UK abortion advice service has been whacked with a £200,000 fine after an inquiry found that it failed to sufficiently protect patient data that was hacked by Anonymous.
CeBIT 2014 preview: David Cameron, Steve 'Woz' Wozniak & CODE_N startup competition take centre stage
Taking place 10-14 March In Hannover, CeBIT 2014 is one of the most important events on the IT business calendar. We'll duly be grabbing our passports - here's what we're most looking forward to.
The Peer to Peer Challenge will comprise of five contests over the next five weeks, with the winners of each getting an invite to Buckingham Palace.
An 18-month pilot programme will see Accenture’s Smart Grid Services implemented across a variety of sites to provide an overview of all Thames Water’s assets across the south of England.
A bitcoin ATM has just been installed in the Old Shoreditch Station café and bar, meaning it is now the first cryptocurrency ATM to be launched in Britain.
The British PM will speak alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the opening ceremony on 9 April and it will also herald the start of a summit between the two countries.
We discuss the latest patient privacy faux-pas, which involves a consulting firm and 27 DVDs worth of medical records which were bunged into the cloud for crunching.
The Information Commissioner’s Office will be able to conduct “compulsory audits” on the NHS when it comes to patient data.
In Belgium, ISPs may be forced to block access to Apple's website and any of the company's online services because of a spat over warranties.
California startup Play-i has raised $8 million (£4.8 million) to bring code-teaching robots Bo and Yana to life. The company had already crowdsourced $1 million...
GCHQ spies monitoring millions of webcam conversations is yet another Internet privacy attack exposed by whistleblower Edward Snowden. But what does it mean for the average webcam user?