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Google has removed 45,000 Right to be Forgotten pages

This comes just after the Article 29 Working Party met to discuss how to manage Right to be Forgotten ruling

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Arqiva secures £190m EU loan for remote WiFi and smart-metering projects

Rural areas of Scotland and England to benefit from funds

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MPs move to cut DRIP data flows at the source

Programme is contrary to human rights legislation, say Tom Watson and David Davis

Microsoft slams government's open file adoption

People want Office format, really, says firm

Welsh education goes digital with software university plans to fill tech skills gap

First software university courses being developed in Newport

Germans to avoid spying eyes with typewriters

Sneak welcomes return to the good old days

Government seeks £700m data centre partner for top secret info

New tender signals the government is taking data storage and cloud computing seriously

UK anti-piracy early warning system launches

ISPs sign up to alert infringers' they are breaking the law

Apple fraudsters get jail time for £15,000 phishing scam

Attacks defrauded more than 150 Apple customers

DRIP emergency surveillance bill becomes law but challenges loom

Government gets its way with new laws in just seven days

NCA and BAE Systems team up for online child porn cyber operation

660 suspected paedophiles caught using mysterious next-generation tech

Digital fraudster ‘tetereff' gets five years hard time

Hacker responsible for prolonged identity theft campaign receives sentencing

DRIP emergency surveillance bill passed by Commons despite dissent

Only 33 MPs rebel against new legislation as its heads to House of Lords

ICO hit by internal data breach but watchdog coy on details

Information commissioner Christopher Graham bemoans falling budgets

Botnets infecting 18 systems per second, warns FBI

Further international takedown operations need to make sure its game over for cyber criminals

Companies House embraces open data agenda, removes £1 fee

In a bid to increase corporate transparency Companies House is removing data access charges

DotScot launches pioneer .scot domains

Registrars and ministers predict rapid uptake

PRISM: Public investigation into GCHQ mass surveillance starts

Tribunal takes evidence to decide if surveillance activities were human rights violations

Chinese hacker arrested for strikes on Boeing and Lockheed Martin

Cyber criminal stole and sold information on military contractors' technology, says FBI

UK broadband not up to speed, says small business body

Fibre is a must, pleads Federation of Small Businesses

UK government boosts military cyber-spying powers with £800m investment

Intelligence and cyber reconnaissance are key parts of new £1.1bn armed forces budget

English National Parks mobile coverage to be boosted

Beauty of areas to be maintained as coverage improved

Apple allays China iPhone-tracking fears, denies 'backdoor' to location data

Apple denies any form of location-data gathering

Jam sandwiches and the Hokey Cokey to help teach children key tech skills

Barefoot Computing and BT launch series of 800 workshops to train primary school teachers

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