Four years ago I described how HMG prices the time of those working in the private and voluntary sectors at £zero when making...
The rush of material released just before Christmas contains some snippets of good news. And good news is all too often ignored (including, I must confess) by me.
1) It looks as though the PSN and
I heard this twice today: both complaints concerned ingredients for the Christmas meal where people had to go out on Christmas Eve to get traditional ingredients ordered ten days or or more in advance which had failed to arrive. Whatever the cause of the non-delivery or delays beyond the...
We have a most interesting juxtaposition
- of press cover for the EU Information Commisioners' "review" of Microsoft's new terms and conditions,
- of the
I would like to juxtapose Kier Starmer's surreal proposal to re-write the law to protect unpopular twats (or is it twiterrers?) from prosecution,
We did not actually lose the WCIT battle in Dubai but appear set to lose the Internet Governance WarBBC, Brussels, ICANN
I have just done a quick comparison of the Scams of Christmas of Christmas since I last blogged on this topic in 2010. McAfee has again found
I have just been reading the first BBC article on the WCIT Conference in Dubai. Among other things this will witness the Third World countries seeking to get a "fair" share of the Internet revenues they generate. Given the...