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June 18, 2012 by

Police demand deletion of 640 YouTube 'terrorist' videos

The UK police had Google delete 640 YouTube videos that allegedly glorified terrorism last year, the company has revealed.The revelation that the UK Association of Police Officers (ACPO) requested the deletion of the videos came as part of Google's latest Transparency Report, which tracks government and copyright-related takedown requests received by the web giant, on Monday.

April 13, 2012 by

Rapporteur tells MEPs to reject ACTA

David Martin, the MEP charged with stewarding the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement through the legislative process in Europe, has recommended that the European Parliament reject the contentious treaty."The intended benefits of this international agreement are far outweighed by the potential threats to civil liberties," Martin, the treaty's rapporteur, wrote on Thursday (PDF).

February 17, 2012 by

UK airports to drop £9.1m eye-scanning tech

The eye scanners, which cost £4.9m to install and £4.2m to run since being introduced in 2006, are no longer operating at Manchester and Birmingham, and will be phased out elsewhere, the UK Borders Agency has said

February 13, 2012 by

'India Inc' to still see higher IT spend

While affected by Eurozone crisis and slowdown in developed economies, global aspirations of Indian companies and need to improve efficiencies and innovate will result in higher IT spends in country.

September 17, 2009 by

Oracle's Q1: 'We grew faster than SAP'

Oracle failed to meet analysts' earnings and revenue estimates for the first quarter, but pointed to worldwide growth in its applications business that surpassed competitor SAP


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