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Industry doubts over UK government meeting 2016 BIM target increasing – survey

Doubts among infrastructure professionals that the UK will meet government targets for the use of building information modelling (BIM) software on projects are increasing, according to a survey conducted by Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind Out-Law.com.... 22 May 2015

Pacnet security breach could spur interest from a number of Asian privacy watchdogs, says expert

Data protection authorities from across Asia could show interest in a data breach experienced by the Hong Kong and Singapore-based telecoms and data centre operator Pacnet, an expert has said. 22 May 2015

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EU governments showing 'unacceptable disregard' for consumers' right to net neutrality, claims French campaign group

Governments across the EU have shown "unacceptable disregard" to consumers' wish to enjoy internet services based on the principle of 'net neutrality', digital rights campaigners in France have said. 21 May 2015

New 'conciliation service' will help small UK suppliers enforce prompt payment, says government

A new 'small business conciliation service' (SBCS) will be set up to help resolve disputes between small businesses and the large firms that are their clients, particularly in relation to late payment, the UK's new business secretary has announced. 20 May 2015

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