A chilling tale with a happy ending – for once – which shows how our governments don’t want to improve our computer security.
Some answers to the 11 questions, and nominations for 11 deserving blogs.
Wearable devices are tiger country. If they go anywhere near being medical devices, bringing them to market is slow, costly, and constraining.
We don’t even know what day he died, but 500 years ago on 9 August 1516, his life was commemorated by family and friends at a memorial mass.
Copyright should protect the creators and their work. It has been turned on its head, to generate immoral earnings for companies who have no rights in much of the content they sell.
The EU is changing to new data protection regulations in 2018. How might Brexit complicate that? Roadmaps provided.
Is it right that image libraries should charge their customers for the use of content which they know is in the public domain?
Did any of the predictions I made on New Year’s Day work out? Some proved to be spookily accurate after all.
Nikon prices in the UK are to increase by an unspecified amount – probably at least 10% – […]
Facebook has become a stochastic bazaar: utterly random, unpredictable, and a human interface mess.