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With the UK government directive on making the internet "family friendly" by the end of the year, some ISPs are stepping up the requirement to opt in or out, by hijacking your browser.
Over 1000 public buildings across the UK - including libraries, museums, sports centres and transport hubs - are being upgraded to offer free Wi-Fi hotspots, as part of a nationwide £150m initiative.
Revenge porn, an increasingly significant issue of modern times, is being taken up by the government of the UK and a set of ministers will be drafting a law to bring offenders to justice.
The UK is rushing through an emergency law following a ruling from the European Court of Justice which abolished the requirement of Telecom and Internet Service Providers to retain customer data.
European Court of Justice has rejected the data retention law which was passed eight years ago after complaints from Austria and Ireland as the law violated basic civil rights of the citizens.
Increased crackdowns are being proposed by UK industry (Video-on-Demand) watchdogs Atvod in a bid to reduce the access rate of pornograhpy by children (minors under 18 years of age by UK law).
Microsoft is urging the U.K. government to support both the Open XML and ODF formats for official documents, rather than just ODF, which Microsoft says will exclude recent versions of Office.
The UK government has issued guidelines for its departments that will allow employees to use their own mobile and PC devices at work, including products that use Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 and more.
The Communications-Electronics Security Group, responsible for assessing devices for use in UK government work, has rejected BlackBerry 10 for failing to meet its security requirements.
The western world takes Internet freedom for granted and expects to be able to access any website from anywhere, of course countries such as China are known for having state-controlled firewalls, but it now seems...