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UK Prime Minister David Cameron wants to legislate against forms of communication that cannot be read by law-enforcement and intelligence agencies.
New legislation is being passed at high speed in an attempt to stymie changes that force UK communications companies to store data on all their customers' communications.
Seven internet service and communications providers worldwide have filed a legal complaint against the UK's GCHQ spy agency in the wake of the NSA scandal.
Australian Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has downplayed the news of Australia's tech startup darling Atlassian planning a move to list in the UK.
UPDATED: Despite a strong hold of the worldwide public sector market, the UK government doesn't believe the latest BlackBerry 10 software is safe enough for secure communications. For now, the only modern day smartphone capable of government use in the UK is the iPhone.
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Wikipedia co-founder Wales has come out against the UK government's draft Communications Data Bill, while inventor of the web Tim Berners-Lee has raised concerns about legislation that allows the government to gather data on its citizens.
The UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has begun recruiting talent from top universities in an attempt to tighten up cyber-security within the United Kingdom.
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The UK -- according to reports -- is to follow suit with its American cousins in H.R. 1981, by aiming to force ISPs and phone companies to retain communications data for one year.
TalkTalk is still the most complained-about communications provider in the UK, Ofcom has said in its latest dissatisfaction report, although BT looks set to take top spot in next quarter's complaints league.The regulator puts these reports out on a quarterly basis, and it said on Tuesday that TalkTalk had managed to top the list every quarter in the last year, both for its fixed-line broadband and landline services.
UK communications regulator is looking to speak to the BlackBerry maker, after it was found that children and teenagers could access pornography on the smartphone.
An Ofcom report has found that take up of super-fast broadband in the UK is very low despite now being available in many parts of the country.The communications watchdog released the information on Wednesday as part of its sixth annual International Communications Market Report.
The BPI and rights holder organisations should get a court order if they want to BT to block the Pirate Bay file-sharing website, according to communications minister Ed Vaizey.The BPI should apply for a court order, rather than request a voluntary takedown of the Pirate Bay by BT, Vaizey told ZDNet UK on Thursday.
The Scottish government has asked the UK communications minister Ed Vaizey to back a bid to create a Scottish top level domain called 'DotScot' — .scot.
UK communications regulator says more smartphones were sold than regular phones, as 60% of British teenagers describe themselves as "highly addicted".
Google has pleaded with the UK government to open up back-room discussions about website-blocking to the public and parliament.For months, communications minister Ed Vaizey has been in talks with communications providers, rights holders and various other interested parties to explore the viability of blocking access to websites that, for example, facilitate copyright infringement.
Over the last 20 years or so, there have been intermittent moves by the EU and the UK government to implement various levels of online surveillance — first by requiring ISPs to install equipment to facilitate wiretapping, and second by storing the masses of communications data created by all of us.
The pilot scheme, run by the US firm Gridline, along with UK power and communications firms, is also aimed at seeing whether power-line broadband can be used for rural smart metering
Ofcom has put a call out for anyone who has received a higher-than-expected communications bill in the last year to tell their story to the regulator.On Tuesday, Ofcom said its research has shown six percent of UK consumers had received such a bill for mobile services within the last 12 months, with 18 percent of those people finding at least £100 of that bill to be unexpected.
The World Economic Forum has just published its 10th annual Global Information Technology report, and the UK is ranked 15th behind emerging "Asian tigers" such as Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea and Hong Kong. However, Europe remains the most developed area for information and communications technologies, with Sweden taking the top spot for the second year in a row.
If there is consolidation in cloud providers, it could happen quickly and government needs to be ready to jump in and prevent the formation of a monopoly.That's the broad belief held by Nathaniel Borenstein, co-creator of the integral Mime communications protocol and chief scientist of cloud email company Mimecast, who spoke to ZDNet UK on Monday.
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