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Baroness Lane Fox of Soho has resigned from from the role of UK Digital Champion, after three years in the position.
The US government has agreed to pay $50 million (£30.6 million) after pirating 9,000 copies of military software.
Google is being accused by UK MPs of failing to stop its users accessing illegal material via its search engine.
An anti-PRISM programme has launched which aims to help companies protect their files from risks, including "exposure to potential government monitoring".
UK politicians (and their staff) tried to access porn sites to a staggering degree over the past year from within Parliament, according to an investigation by the UK division of ...
Wholesale communications provider Entanet has questioned the UK Government's decision to block online pornography by default, as it says this will make life more difficult for internet service providers (ISPs).
UK consumer and competition authority The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is probing the public IT sector to "ensure competition in the sector works well".
The Chancellor George Osborne has unveiled this year’s budget for the UK, and halved growth predictions.
Despite focusing on security with the new operating system, BlackBerry 10 devices have been deemed not secure enough for use with sensitive government work.
New official government figures have revealed that over seven million people living in the UK have yet to access the internet for the first time.
The competition minister Jo Swinson has unveiled proposals to make it easier for companies and consumers to take legal action against companies engaging in anti-competitive practices.