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Following the hire, rumors abound of a potential Cambridge, UK office for the iPad and iPhone maker.
The UK Information Commissioner's Office is reported to be examining Facebook's feed manipulation in early 2012 that has landed the company in hot water.
HMRC acted unlawfully by failing to disclose whether or not a body of evidence claiming tech sales of surveillance software to repressive regimes had been rejected.
For many European startups, the appeal of moving to the US or UK to set up shop is strong - but is an office abroad always a good idea?
Does outsourcing leave the government too reliant on suppliers? Competition watchdog probes government IT market
The Office of Fair Trading is investigating the state of competition in the UK public sector tech market, and whether it is too hard for small businesses to compete.
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The OFT is taking a deeper look at free applications aimed at children, which include in-app purchases with the potential to give parents a monthly heart attack.
US start-up accelerator TechStars is opening a London office with a view to backing UK entrepreneurs.
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Microsoft has lifted the lid on how much the standalone and subscription versions of its productivity suite will cost.
Indian IT services giant will manage technology needs of a newly formed unit within the U.K.'s Home Office for an initial five years, in a deal reportedly worth US$232 million.
Cloud computing makes it easier to shift data across the planet. But UK companies must not use the the cloud to dodge their responsibility for data security and protection, according to the Information Commissioner's Office
Google has found UK Street View data it was supposed to have deleted in 2010, giving the Information Commissioner's Office an opportunity to examine the data to determine whether it harvested any UK citizens' personal information
The risk of state-sponsored malware escaping into the wild is 'something we've got to live with', the Cabinet Office has said, as MPs push for the UK to build its own Stuxnet-like software
A Google UK privacy manager who deals directly with the Information Commissioner's office worked for the watchdog itself during the Street View scandal, a freedom of information request has revealed
Major insurers are in talks with the UK government's Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance about how companies can lower their premiums for being cybersecurity-savvy
The Information Commissioner's Office is working with privacy regulation colleagues in the US and Europe to harmonise approaches to web tracking using cookies.US work on Do Not Track standards needs to dovetail with European privacy regulation efforts on cookies, and take into account the international nature of large businesses with a web presence, Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) group manager Dave Evans told ZDNet UK on Friday.
A branch of the UK Anonymous group called the ATeam has said it is using 'sophisticated' DDoS methods against the website of Information Commissioner's Office
A UK Border Agency IT system crashed on Thursday, leaving hundreds of foreign nationals unable to get their biometric visas and residence permits.It is not yet clear which system was affected by the outage, but the BBC reported on Thursday that some people at the Croydon Enquiry Office in south London broke down in tears when they were turned away from their appointments.
The European Space Agency has said that a group of hackers called 'The Unknowns' successfully hacked into external servers and got access to user identity information.The Unknowns used SQL injection to attack databases through the European Space Agency (ESA) website, ESA security office manager Stefano Zatti told ZDNet UK on Thursday.
Data watchdog the Information Commissioner's Office is to begin aggregating complaints about private sector organisations in an effort to bring more fines against companies for breaches of UK data law.The ICO has imposed 14 civil monetary penalties against organisations since November 2010, with 12 being against public sector organisations, and one against a public sector service provider.
A British branch of the hacktivist group will launch its next DDoS attacks against GCHQ and the Home Office this weekend as part of protests against the extradition treaty between the US and UK
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