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California phone kill-switch bill fails vote in state senate

The telecoms industry scores a win, but the bill could return later in the session read more »

Lloyds employees accused of £2m computer fraud

Remote access device used to steal log-in details read more »

Socitm says big bonuses to council staff may be needed to fuel innovation

Innovations can save councils millions of pounds read more »

Russian SMS Trojan for Android hits US, dozens of other countries

Android malware that sends text messages to premium-rate numbers expanded globally over the past year, researchers warn read more »

South-East police forces tender for £20m data security work

Includes penetration testing and CESG standard consultancy read more »

Home Office tenders for £1.5bn emergency services telecoms network

The ‘cheaper and smarter’ ESN will replace an existing contract with Airwave read more »

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Westminster View: Engineers are not to blame for mass surveillance

The widespread spying unveiled by Edward Snowden raises questions about the UK’s digital legislative framework that requires more technical knowledge from people on all sides of the debate, says cyber security shadow minister Chi Onwurah read more »

City of London police commissioner hits back at cyber-crime critics

Adrian Leppard explains how the forces are tackling the growing threat posed by cyber criminals read more »

London Police Commissioners cyber-crime open letter laughed at by industry

Adrian Leppard may 'control' police in UK's financial heartland but does he get cyber-crime read more »

IT to the rescue: Unraveling bureaucracy at the VA, one project at a time

How a small, fast SWAT team is improving performance at the Department of Veterans Affairs. read more »

Free (with strings attached): Keeping track of open-source code

Open-source software is free, flexible and adaptable, but lax oversight can obliterate the benefits. Here's how IT is keeping track. read more »

Cyber confusion at the heart of Government

Shadow Cabinet Office Minister Chi Onwurah calls for action from the government to tackle cyber crime read more »

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Police Slideshows

Fave raves: IT pros name their favourite products

IT products keep people productive and enterprise assets safe. read more »

Milestones in the history of mobile computing

Here are some of the most important portables we've toted around over the past 30 years read more »

The 29 most anticipated tech products of 2011

Windows 8, the white iPhone 4 and games, here are 30 tech products we're looking forward to seeing in 2011. read more »

Governments versus Internet: A recent history

RIM-UAE dust up only the latest example of countries fighting access read more »

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