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19 Dec 2012
The European Commission will propose new laws on cyber security as part of a revised programme of action that aims to improve the digital economy within the EU, it has said.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is to auction off some of its radio spectrum to telecoms firms, the Government department has announced.
18 Dec 2012
The minimum consultation period that must take place before a company can make large-scale redundancies will be cut to 45 days from next year, the Government has announced.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is to meet with representatives from local authorities in a bid to address what it has called an "underlying problem" with the bodies' approach to data protection.
17 Dec 2012
Internet service providers (ISPs) should encourage customers with children to utilise parental controls, the Government has said.
14 Dec 2012
Organisations "must make extensive efforts" to find all the personal data relating to an individual when those individuals request access to the information, the UK's data protection watchdog has said.
Businesses looking to upgrade legacy IT systems but which find themselves "locked in" to a contract with an external supplier have to be prepared to renegotiate the terms in order to lower costs and improve the flexibility of how IT services are supplied,...
The full benefits of smart metering will only be realised if consumers can be convinced to engage with the new technology, an expert has said.
13 Dec 2012
Public sector bodies and consultants' firms need to have a clear audit trail to show that they have considered potential issues that could crop up during a procurement process, including conflicts of interest, an expert has said.
New libel laws that would require website operators to remove allegedly defamatory material from their sites if they cannot contact the author could have a "chilling effect" on free speech, a Parliamentary committee has said.