Monthly Archives: June 2011

Yahoo! Following gmail with plans to scan your emails……

Which? have reported that users of Yahoo! email services are about to get a nasty shock with a new set of Additional Terms of Service that will allow them to scan all emails sent from or to a Yahoo! email address. … Continue reading

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Banks need to give customers better access to their information says ICO

Speaking at the British Banker’s Association conference last week David Smith, Deputy Commissioner at the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) urged the all financial institutions, including the high street banks, to allow customers more and easier access to the information that is … Continue reading

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UK 2011 Census Records Hacked

There is an unconfirmed rumour that the hacking group LulzSec has managed to steal millions of records from the 2011 UK Official Census and has threatened to release them into the public domain once they have been ‘categoriszed and formatted’. … Continue reading

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