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GCHQ accesses data without warrants, government admits

Legal challenge forces government to shed light on shady practices

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Labour accuses government of wasting £70m with poor broadband plans

Widespread connectivity more important than speed, says Harman

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1,000 public buildings to offer free WiFi hotspot access

Libraries, museums and galleries among those to offer free service

'Out of touch' parents blocking development of children's digital skills

Teachers, parents and children need to be engaged with technology to improve education under the new curriculum

Government urges tech industry to support education in building digital skills

Education needs to merge with tech industry to improve employment prospects for graduates, says Ed Vaizey

UK home secretary slams 'wasteful and chaotic' police IT use

Forces must club together to make better decisions when purchasing IT systems, urges Theresa May

Met Office will get £97m supercomputer to aid weather prediction

Exeter Science Park to house 140-tonne system that injects high-resolution weather models into forecasting

UK government planning age restriction and verification checks for adult sites

Pornography and weapons pages to have enforced age policies

Government launches TechNorth hub with £2m invest to boost tech growth

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg opens up the North’s version of London'd Tech City

Government allocates £3m to fund online piracy fighting unit

Intellectual property infringement is a growing challenge as digital services are increasingly adopted

Alert Logic opens Cardiff HQ to fight cyber security threats

Company's Security Operation Centre will recruit experts from the local area

G-Cloud total soars past £300m mark after September sales of £44m

Central government continues to leave the rest of the public sector behind in cloud adoption

Welsh government injects £3.2m into CGI to fund 620 IT jobs

620 entry-level and skilled technology jobs will be created in Bridgend County Borough

Justice Secretary calls for quadrupling of trolls' jail sentence limit

Should face up to two years in prison for cyber bullying and threats

NCA: Police need to be more transparent about surveillance to quell PRISM concerns

Law enforcement must win public support to tackle hackers

Ex-LulzSec member says companies should be punished for poor security

Misguided laws and police aggression driving bug hunters underground

Nottinghamshire County Council ditches BlackBerry and Apple for Microsoft mobile

Announces plans to deploy 2,000 Windows 8.1 tablets and 1,000 Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones

Code sharing and common APIs needed to boost government IT, says Camden CIO

Sharing common code and data will help government organisations shift from the analogue era

PRISM: Don't talk to terrorists if you want privacy, says ex-NSA director

General Keith Alexander calls for firms to share threat data to help ward off cyber terrorists and criminal attacks

FireEye launches cyber threat intelligence service for critical infrastructure

Firm moves to bolster industrial control systems and SCADA cyber defences

Twitter sues US government over surveillance data gagging

Invokes First Amendment 'right' to report government requests in full

FireEye: Discovery of Chinese 'state-sponsored' hack campaign had no impact

Firms still using the ostrich approach to cyber threats, says FireEye

Hackers phishing for source code from Microsoft, Apple and Oracle

FireEye CEO warns of APT threats to world's biggest tech vendors

Government targets lawyers and accountants with online cyber security course

Ed Vaizey announces free training course to protect against data breaches

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