An online Magna Carta: Berners-Lee calls for bill of rights for web
Exclusive: web's inventor warns neutrality under sustained attack from governments and corporations
Largest single personal data hack ever? 360mn stolen account credentials...
A cyber security firm has reported a “mind boggling” cache of stolen credentials which has been put up for sale on online black markets. A t
BlackBerry said to be replacing Microsoft in Ford's new cars
It appears a multiyear partnership could be ending, with the car maker opting for BlackBerry to create its next-generation Sync in-car enter
Hospital records of 47 million NHS patients obtained by insurance society
Report says data covering in-patient stays between 1997 and 2010 were used to track patients' medical histories
European Civil Liberties Committee Votes To Ask Snowden To Contribute To...
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden will be invited to contribute to a European Parliamentary committee's ongoing inquiry into the U.S. NSA sur
300,000 poor people live more than 1km from free cash machine
Labour MP Frank Field says figures show it is 'time to take the gloves off', with not enough progress in poorer areas
Get a refund if the price drops on an item you bought on Amazon
You won't find it spelled out on its site, but Amazon offers price protection against its own price fluctuations. Read this article by Matt
Baby taken from mother by UK social services in ‘forced caesarean’
Social services in the county of Essex reportedly obtained permission from a High Court to forcibly remove an unborn child from its mother’s
Who Has 1bn Users & Is About To Overtake Facebook?
It’s not Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. It’s a company that most people in the West don’t know. That, however, is set to change, with the ex
Decentralization of the Internet ‘can be used for closing down borders’
Creating alternatives to the existing cyberspace, its decentralization, could be used for closing down borders around some kind of national
NORAD and Russian fighter jets conduct military drills amid tensions sur...
As US-Russian relations remain tense over Syria, NORAD and the Russian Federation Air Force jointly conducted military training exercises to
'We're going to work until we're unable to' - Telegraph
"Golden age" of pensions is over and we will return to working until we no longer can, Scottish Widows boss warns.
Employers not paying the minimum wage to be 'named and shamed'
Minimum wage rogues caught by HMRC will be publicly identified, says business minister
Grey hair. Bad Eyes. Weak Knees. And Inspired By Work!
Last week, LinkedIn posted initial results from the LinkedIn Inspiration Index and one finding caught my eye -- the older we get the more in