Twitter has come to the attention of MP George Galloway, who thinks it should defer to the wishes of local authorities or be sanctioned by the government.
Galloway, Member of Parliament for Bradford West, has filed an early day motion called "Twitter and the detection of crime".
Having worked on several continents, I know how difficult it can be to adjust to different cultures.
In Poland, for example, men kiss men at work. In the United States, on the other hand, they sue for that kind of thing.
So you have to feel for any American who is suddenly asked very nicely by his employer to leave the deep safety of the nation and venture to, say, the United Kingdom. They're different there. They're tight-lipped and generally superior. Kinder employers, therefore, create little handbooks to prepare unwitting expats for a new world.
THE majority of Britons are concerned about their online privacy and back an investigation into internet giant Google’s data policies, campaigners will say today.
A survey by privacy campaign group Big Brother Watch found that 68 per cent of respondents are concerned about online privacy with nearly a quarter “very concerned”.
The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) is seeking to block file-sharing sites Fenopy, H33t and Kickass Torrents, the BPI said on Tuesday.
"We are seeking court orders requiring ISPs to block access to three infringing websites," said BPI Director of Communications, Adam Liversage, in an email. The BPI wants the U.K. ISPs BT, Sky, Virgin Media, O2, Everything Everywhere and TalkTalk to block access to these sites, Liversage said.
The Government’s ambitious attempt to upgrade the UK’s cyber-security capabilities will struggle as long as the country fails to turn out enough graduates with the right skills, a National Audit Office (NAO) report has hinted.
True to its title, the NAO’s UK cyber security review: Landscape review is more of a summary of recent history around government and cyber-security initiatives than an acid critique, but the pointers buried within its pages are still hard to miss.