The U.K. Crown Prosecution Service guidance for the interpretation of laws designed to stop the distribution of hacker tools has raised fears of prosecution for distributing network-testing tools.
Seventy-five percent would commend an IT career to their children, and most are upbeat about job prospects despite the economic gloom, claims a survey
Six countries have now applied for internationalised top-level domains, including Egypt, Russia and Saudi Arabia
The British Computer Society has joined an organisation that brings together EU industry and public-sector bodies to promote IT skills
Google has opened its internal Internet directory servers to public access, claiming they offer high performance and enhanced security for all
European regulators have dropped their investigation into Qualcomm's 3G licensing, after Ericsson and other companies that lodged a complaint withdrew
Relaxing regulations will spur the rollout of rural broadband by encouraging companies to lay fibre, according to shadow minister Adam Afriyie
Alistair Darling has announced that the National Programme for IT will be scaled back or cut completely
Security rival says Microsoft is withholding spyware APIs for Windows update, but software giant denies it.