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Zack Whittaker reports on the latest technology news from the United Kingdom and Europe, served with buttered crumpets and a side of sarcasm.
Zack Whittaker writes for ZDNet, CNET, and CBS News. He is based in New York City.
Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, has stepped up to defend a British student who faces extradition to the U.S. over a link-site that operates "no differently to Google."
British Telecom, the U.K.'s largest broadband provider, is the last ISP to comply with a court order blocking access to The Pirate Bay. But the block was futile and circumvented in a matter of minutes.
A second alarm bell has run in the E.U. over the U.K.'s plans to give near real-time access to Web traffic data. But it's looking increasingly likely that the plans will fall in line with the E.U.'s demands.
Google responds to the U.K.'s data protection agency's question following an FCC report earlier this year, and refutes claims that data was "pre-prepared."
Cable & Wireless Worldwide can now be bought by mobile phone giant Vodafone following a major shareholder's approval of the deal. But it wasn't smooth sailing until close to the vote itself.
HM the Queen has honoured the Royal IT systems manager in her birthday awards. After ten years of bringing the Royal family into the digital age, it's certainly well deserved.
The U.K.'s data protection regulator is reinvestigating Google a year after it closed the case, following an FCC report claiming the search giant knew of the data collection.
O2 has become the latest broadband provider to impose a block on customers accessing The Pirate Bay after a High Court order -- and with it came another casualty.
HM the Queen has been on the throne for 60 years, and the search giant is marking the occasion and honouring the British monarch with a holiday Google Doodle.
Five E.U. member states will face the highest court in Europe after their governments failed to implement the E.U. 'cookie law'.
Three E.U. committees, ahead of a wider vote during the July plenary session, have voted to reject the controversial ACTA trade agreement.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited from the U.K. to face charges in Sweden, the U.K. Supreme Court has ruled.
You would think an executive body of 27 member states that dictates part of their respective laws would adhere to its own? Think again.
Let's be honest: The U.K. has made a right hash-up of implementing the cookie law from start to finish. It came into force on May 26. Here's everything you need to know.