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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Point to some concerning statistics.
Will monitor privacy, spectrum concerns.
No communications 'we cannot read.'
Just as consumers abandon physical media.
No more reliance on Microsoft Word.
Jim Killock pledges a battle.
416 MPs agree, but gain exemption themselves.
Minimum score required for consideration.
Possible governmental pressure at play.
Baikal revealed as 64-bit Cortex-A57.
Looking to Linux for agency systems.
Security agency missed that one, it seems.
Looks to interest kids and train up teachers.
Some disclosures now permitted.
"Never trust closed source routers."
Individuals left somewhat under-protected.
A Canadian boy has admitted hacking websites in exchange for video games.
CFAA gets new teeth in landmark case.
'Government by Daily Mail,' warn critics.
A 25% tax relief for games developers is planned for April 2013 according to the Autumn Statement.
Will 'educate' buyers at point-of-sale.
The coalition has come under fire for its Draft Communications Data Bill, dubbed "a snooper's charter."
The government has revealed plans to monitor all electronic communications in the UK.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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