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Ministry of Justice website hit by DDoS attack

Attack lasted around three hours

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ICANN backs EU calls for wider internet management

Organisation accepts challenge to widen management across the world


PRISM: EU wants internet management out of US hands

Neelie Kroes calls for cross-nation approach to key web functions

Microsoft issues Windows and Internet Explorer security fixes for Patch Tuesday

Latest Patch Tuesday update contains more than expected

Huge DDoS attack hits EU and US networks

CloudFlare claims attack could be "start of ugly things to come"

BT and Alcatel-Lucent deliver record 1.4Tbps over fibre cabling

Trial used existing fibre and production Alcatel kit to demonstrate a new 'Flexgrid' method of transmission

Chinese internet re-routed to anti-censorship US site in possible hack

Issues lasted as long as eight hours according to Compuware

Ofcom approves satellite broadband use for ships, trains and planes

Speeds of 10Mbps could be accessible, Ofcom claims

David Cameron and president Obama host call to discuss spy reviews

US set to issue response to PRISM spying revelations

Scottish broadband rollout to reach 39,000 premises by the summer

Firm touts latest plans north of the border

Online retail worth £91bn in 2013, one fifth of all market

Tablet buying increases massively over past 12 months

UK £10m rural broadband fund for superfast speeds to open for bids in March

Government hopes to ensure no part of the UK left behind in broadband revolution

Asos latest retailer to see online sales soar

More good news from web-focused retailers

Online sales surge over Christmas as savvy retailers reap the benefits

Biggest rise in online sales in four years, British Retail Consortium reports

Google reports ‘worrying’ rise in government demands for content to be taken offline

Surge in requests from Turkey and Russia, while UK logs 117 requests in six months

Cisco loses EU court battle over Microsoft Skype 'monopoly'

EU courts unwilling to put in place technical standards for video conferencing software

Devon and Somerset to get more fibre broadband by spring 2014

A further 31 communities are due to get wired for superfast broadband

UK police crackdown on copyright-infringing websites and ill-gotten advertising gains

The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) says 40 website domains seized

Bluetooth 4.1 expands capabilities to support the Internet of Things

Updated specification adds new capabilities to support wearable devices and IPv6

Almost 700 domains seized in online fraud crackdown

US and European authorities team up to tackle online crime groups

Akamai buys Prolexic to boost cloud computing security

Cloud-based content delivery provider looks to shore up security protection for customers

V3 Tablet App with Internet of Things focus now live

Issue also includes in-depth interview with Tesco CIO

Shorter .uk domain space plans unveiled

Firms with existing domains given a five-year decision period

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