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U.K. police and government agencies' demands for data snooping rose by 16 percent to more than a half-million requests for citizen data in 2012 as a result of the Olympics in London.
The U.S. government has collected millions of Verizon customers' details, including phone call and location-based data, under a top secret order that was leaked to a London newspaper.
In protest of the U.K. government's threats against Ecuador's London embassy, Anonymous launched an attack against one prominent U.K. government ministry.
Two months after Julian Assange entered the Ecuadorian embassy in London, he said today the U.S. government must end its "witch hunt" against Wikileaks.
Vodafone is to open an East London 'xone' to complement its Silicon Valley start-up incubator
For civil servants wanting to dodge the crowds in central London, the Cabinet Office has set up a low-cost alternative hub, hoping to entice the Whitehall-bound into Croydon instead
The UK's fast broadband rollout needs an extra billion pounds in private investment if government targets are to be met, academics from the London School of Economics have calculated.The government wants 90 percent of the country to have access to super-fast broadband by 2015, with everyone getting at least some broadband access by that date.
A public-private sector information-sharing hub has revealed a campaign to break into defence contractors' systems via a tailored malicious email campaign, according to Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude
With fewer than 100 days to go to the Olympics, businesses have not been publicly told whether to expect disruption to broadband services, as warned by LOCOG
Businesses are being urged to allow some staff to work from home during this summer’s London Olympic Games, but an increased number of homeworkers – coupled with a surge in people going online to watch the Games – will undoubtedly have a massive impact on the internet.The Government has been quick to put out warnings of possible internet outages.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair addressed the RSA Conference in San Francisco last week, using the speech as a chance to explain how technology has changed the world and how social media impacts governments all over the world when its citizens rise up.
The government should not block social media during times of civil disturbance, the home affairs select committee has said, in a report about the August riots
The East London series of entrepreneurial projects will continue to have government support, according to prime minister David Cameron
The UK government was 'not hypocritical' in considering restricting the use of social media during the London riots, yet praising the Arab Spring movements, according to foreign secretary William Hague.The UK government will not restrict or shut down social media such as Twitter during UK civil unrest, Hague told ZDNet UK on Wednesday.
London's government-backed 'Tech City' is being shunned by major technology companies, as Facebook is set to move to larger office space in West London.
The prime minister has said that privacy laws should be examined, after a gagging order failed to prevent the identity of a celebrity with a super-injunction from being revealed online
Cathode-ray tubes and other electronic waste is being illegally exported to Ghana and Nigeria from local council dumps, an investigation by the Environmental Investigation Agency has found
The government money will be used by experts from the Serious Organised Crime Agency and the Metropolitan Police Central e-Crime Unit to combat e-crime
Vodafone was forced to send text messages composed by the Egyptian government during the protests in the country, the company announced on Thursday.The London-based operator, along with Mobinil and Etisalat, says that it was compelled to send the text messages — which identified the sender only as 'Vodafone' — under emergency powers of the Egyptian Telecoms Act.
A quartet of major technology companies and others will invest in east London as part of a push to make the area a technology hub of global importance, prime minister David Cameron has announced
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