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UK GCSE results: IT gender gap leaves ‘serious concerns’

5 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
UK GCSE results: IT gender gap leaves ‘serious concerns’
This year's exam results reveal that the technology gender divide starts early, with just 15 per cent of Computing GCSEs going to female students, despite record numbers taking the course.

White House cybersecurity bigwig sees his IT security ignorance as an advantage

8 hours ago  by Nathan Chai
White House cybersecurity bigwig sees his IT security ignorance as an advantage
The head of cybersecurity operations at the White House has revealed that he doesn't believe that his lack of a deep level of IT knowledge gives him an edge in his field.

Rogue NSA and GCHQ agents intentionally leak information to help Tor users remain anonymous

9 hours ago  by Nathan Chai
Rogue NSA and GCHQ agents intentionally leak information to help Tor users remain anonymous
The executive director of the Tor Project has said that he suspects NSA and GCHQ agents are actually helping Tor users remain anonymous by leaking vulnerabilities to the project.

Google asked to remove over 1 million search results a day, as online piracy war continues

21 Aug 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Google asked to remove over 1 million search results a day, as online piracy war continues
The search engine giant has revealed the dramatic increase in the number of removal requests that it processes, rising from one every six days in 2008 to a record high this year.

Threatening social media police behaviour sparks concern

21 Aug 2014  by Gary Flood
Threatening social media police behaviour sparks concern
A shock study says hundreds of Police have been disciplined for a range of social media no-nos, including making inappropriate, racist or threatening comments in cyberspace.

Prime Minister David Cameron’s BlackBerry is always ‘a few feet’ away

20 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Prime Minister David Cameron’s BlackBerry is always ‘a few feet’ away
Cameron relies on the smartphone to run the country whilst he is away from Westminister as he doesn’t trust his deputy Nick Clegg enough to leave him in charge.

US broadcasters sue over spectrum auction

20 Aug 2014  by Guy Wright
US broadcasters sue over spectrum auction
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has filed a suit against the FCC over the proposed spectrum auction slated for mid-2015.

Labour unveils 'Digital Britain 2015' plan... essentially the same as now

20 Aug 2014  by Staff Writer
Labour unveils 'Digital Britain 2015' plan... essentially the same as now
The UK Labour party's Shadow Cabinet Office Minister, Chi Onwura, has unveiled plans for a framework that will "transform" digital government in Britain.

EU justice commissioner hits back at Google on "right to be forgotten"

19 Aug 2014  by Zak Thomas
EU justice commissioner hits back at Google on "right to be forgotten"
A sober analysis of the ruling shows that it does in fact not elevate the right to be forgotten to a "super right" trumping other fundamental rights, said an EU justice commissioner.

Met police want compulsory smartphone PINs

19 Aug 2014  by Tom Phelan
Met police want compulsory smartphone PINs
The UK police force has been lobbying Apple and Samsung to instate compulsory PIN locks on smartphones, in a bid to halt thefts of the devices.

Google's driverless cars are designed to break the UK speed limit

19 Aug 2014  by Alysia Judge
Google's driverless cars are designed to break the UK speed limit
The Google cars project's lead software engineer has now revealed that the vehicles have been programmed with the ability to exceed road speed limits by up to 10mph.