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Judge rules against Microsoft in email privacy case

A U.S. district court judge has ruled against Microsoft in the company's effort to oppose a U.S. government search warrant for emails stored in Ireland. read more »

Twitter reports a rise in government data requests

The number of government requests worldwide seeking Twitter users' data, or the removal of content, increased during the first half of 2014. read more »

Cabinet Office to launch new technology project next month

The Cabinet Office is due to launch its ‘technology transformation programme’ at the end of August, according to the department’s CTO Tom Read. read more »

Congress okays upgrade of VA's 29-year-old software

An agreement in Congress to allocate $17 billion to the Department of Veterans Affairs includes money for a major tech upgrade. read more »

North West NHS trust eases data management and slashes cost of data storage

University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay (UHMBT) Trust has made data management easier after implementing a cost-effective Spectra disk and tape solution across the hospital’s main infrastructure. read more »

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Met Office IT director: We’ve become a little bit trendy

Organisations looking to make the most of their big data could learn a thing or two from the Met Office, ComputerworldUK finds. read more »

Maude defends Cabinet Office IT policy

Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude has hit back at claims that Cabinet Office policy was responsible for recent IT problems at the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) and Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS). read more »

Westminster View: We the users

Shadow Cabinet Office minister Chi Onwurah debates whether people should see themselves as users or customers of digital services, and explores what this distinction entails read more »

Westminster View: The secret data sharing gateway

Yesterday was the Queen’s Speech. Whilst the local and European elections show the depths of discontent with the direction of our country, which people increasingly feel does not work for them, the Queen’s Speech merely offered more of the same. read more »

Westminster View: Has the government got an online system for childcare or not?

Shadow minister for Digital Government Chi Onwurah is concerned that the government does not realise that building an online system for childcare will need more than just a new website hosted on Gov.uk read more »

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Met Office IT director: We’ve become a little bit trendy

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Maude defends Cabinet Office IT policy

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The end of ICT my friends

The OECD's survey of Literacy, Numeracy and ICT skills put the UK 22nd out of 24 of the developed countriesread more »

Cloud ghost schools

A real, tech led revolution in education?read more »

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