George Taylor 5/20/2013 11 comments
Has China created an IPv6-based next-gen Internet impervious to attack?
George Taylor 3/28/2013 25 comments
By failing to provide a framework to promote information sharing, CISPA does nothing to promote cybersecurity, and might make things worse.
George Taylor 3/12/2013 15 comments
Think European lawmakers won't affect US cloud service providers? Think again.
George Taylor 2/7/2013 29 comments
Entrepreneurs see new opportunities around big-data, high-speed connectivity, and social media.
George Taylor 11/5/2012 19 comments
Having succeeded in their own countries, Amazon and Rakuten Ichiba are using different strategies to infringe on each other's businesses.
George Taylor 9/13/2012 6 comments
We may be placing too much faith in automation. No software is bug-free, because applications are created by humans.
George Taylor 7/10/2012 40 comments
Despite efforts to make the London Olympics the Digital Games, organizers claim all images of the games are copyrighted to them.
George Taylor 5/16/2012 3 comments
Despite the Queen's endorsement, legislation allowing law enforcement to intercept any and all Internet activity is simply unrealistic.
George Taylor 4/4/2012 12 comments
An outer space threat looms for the Net, and no one in power is acknowledging it.
George Taylor 3/28/2012 27 comments
A host of interesting smartphone apps could become history if supporting legislation is stalled in the UK.
George Taylor 3/2/2012 12 comments
Internet connectivity is boosting the development of robots by easing the use of open-source software.
George Taylor 1/30/2012 30 comments
Academic publishers threaten to obstruct the progress of science in the name of profit for peer-reviewed journals.
George Taylor 1/4/2012 9 comments
Sadly, a new government-sponsored strategy highlights UK's lack of ICT infrastructure and education.
George Taylor 9/12/2011 11 comments
The recent UK riots showcased how smartphones aided rioters, but there's another side to the coin. Smartphones also boost public safety.
George Taylor 7/18/2011 31 comments
As Rupert Murdoch's empire is rocked, but we can be thankful that recent events have diverted his intentions regarding Internet content.
George Taylor 5/24/2011 14 comments
Information Tweeted about celebrities in the UK has led to a brouhaha over the clash between privacy and freedom of speech.
George Taylor 5/2/2011 11 comments
A country that can produce a Royal Wedding can't come up to scratch when it comes to IT projects
George Taylor 3/1/2011 2 comments
Without standards governing the procurement of information and communications technology, the UK government won't be able to harness the power of the Net
George Taylor 2/2/2011 8 comments
With mobile payments on the horizon and a looming spectrum shortage, femtocell technology could come to the rescue
George Taylor 1/14/2011 18 comments
Wiretapping and anti-privacy legislation is on the go in the US and the UK, and could prove unsettling to many people later this year
George Taylor 12/23/2010 42 comments
Pressure on UK ISPs to control porn is impractical; one hopes some good can be salvaged from the situation
George Taylor 12/21/2010 9 comments
Yahoo, AOL, and various ISPs speak out against the UK's extremely liberal libel laws
George Taylor 12/9/2010 8 comments
According to a study, much activity on social sites leads to a range of behavior problems... maybe
George Taylor 11/26/2010 16 comments
Net neutrality, far from being a consumer issue, is now a political football
George Taylor 11/5/2010 9 comments
A recent report shows how dramatically the Internet has affected the economy of the European nation, heralding trends worldwide
George Taylor 11/1/2010 6 comments
A report from a UK NHS minister talks information without offering any context or support for how to deliver it
George Taylor 10/18/2010 5 comments
Recent developments indicate that the UK is taking seriously the need to support cyber-security efforts, including international partnerships
George Taylor 10/8/2010 29 comments
An Internet standoff between constitutional freedoms and destructive anarchy is producing censorship
George Taylor 9/20/2010 7 comments
Online gaming is producing new kinds of analytics that could bode well for enterprise decision-making – but have some sinister implications
George Taylor 9/1/2010 18 comments
We must beware of arguments that privacy is an old-fashioned notion that Google and others can discard
George Taylor 8/19/2010 13 comments
The law can be a hindrance to public protection when it comes to using covert surveillance on the Web
George Taylor 8/13/2010 13 comments
A project in Leicester, UK, seemed to be off to a great start – until one examined its assumptions more closely
George Taylor 8/2/2010 10 comments
The Internet is growing so fast that some nations may find it a real challenge to stay abreast of connection trends
George Taylor 7/21/2010 33 comments
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is among the critics of Facebook for its refusal to take down pages devoted to Raoul Moat
George Taylor 7/19/2010 7 comments
A so-called Manifesto for extending broadband reach in the UK is sadly out of touch with the realities of today's Internet
George Taylor 7/12/2010 9 comments
A lack of focus on broadband could cost UK businesses and consumers, while continuing to fuel wasteful Web spending
George Taylor 7/5/2010 8 comments
As some push for avatars that mimic your thoughts and behavior, government may be building your own Frankenstein Monster on the Web
George Taylor 6/22/2010 16 comments
A report of terroristic teens identified by the FBI thanks to their social networking activities was inaccurate, but reflects a larger truth
George Taylor 5/27/2010 28 comments
A Microsoft UK report on the 'Hybrid Organisation' pushes new models of business based on the 'Net, but it doesn't reflect reality
George Taylor 5/7/2010 9 comments
The head of News Corp., heavily involved in the UK election, just might find himself damaged by it
George Taylor 5/6/2010 7 comments
Legislation banning the use of Mephedrone in the UK shows how traditional media were trumped by a savvy Net audience of drug users
George Taylor 4/23/2010 19 comments
More technology-oriented efforts to cut the government budget in Britain show the country falling further behind in the digital race
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