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Major BitCoin Exchange MtGox Taken Down By Japanese Court
Alex Hamilton
Apr 17, 2014
A Bitcoin exchange that at one point was among the world’s largest has been put into administration by a Japanese court following a hack that lost it £300m in coins.
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The Perils Of BYOD: Security Implications And How To Combat Them
James Morris
Apr 17, 2014
Ensuring secure passwords are used, and providing employees with software and services that promote security, can make BYOD the positive development it really should be.
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Newspaper Tycoon: Google Is Building A Superstate That Threatens The Future Of Europe
Paul Cooper
Apr 17, 2014
Google is running a “protection racket” designed to build its own digital “superstate”, according to Mathias Döpfner, the man behind some of Europe’s best-selling newspapers.
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28% Of Businesses Lack Mobile Strategy Despite Regarding It As “Fourth Utility”
Jamie Hinks
Apr 16, 2014
A survey of businesses carried out by Intrinsic found that mobility is now considered the “fourth utility” among businesses but 28 per cent still lack a strategy.
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Microsoft First Cloud Provider To Meet EU Standards
Apr 16, 2014
IT giant Microsoft’s cloud services have been approved by the EU, making it the first company to officially adhere to the Union’s strict privacy standards.
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Courts To Operate “Completely Digitally”

Criminal Justice Minister Damian Green has unveiled a “digital courtroom,” claiming that criminal court cases will be handled digitally from the moment a crime is committed to the courtroom conclusion.

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PAC Claims BBC Digital Media Initiative “Complete Failure”

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has branded the BBC’s Digital Media Initiative (DMI) “a complete failure,” citing poor management and wasted money.

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Digital Services Framework Used For Universal Credit

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has used the Digital Services Framework for a private beta version of the problematic Universal Credit (UC) scheme.

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Report Highlights Police Unprepared For Cyber Attack

Research has revealed that of the 43 Police forces in England and Wales, only three have a comprehensive plan to deal with a large-scale cyber-attack.

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Government Should Use Big Data To Tailor Services

The government should be using Big Data to tailor services towards citizens, just as the private sector does, according to a member of the Cabinet Office.

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