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Guest Blogs - recent posts we like

Judith Vidal-Hall: Taking on the giant - 29 Apr -
When a group of claimants in the UK took on Google for invasion of privacy, they had little idea that the case would become a landmark in the fight to tame the internet giant's intrusion into our lives on the web.On 27 March 2015, a group of claimants in the United Kingdom, including myself, won what is being called a “landmark victory” against Google Inc. It handles three billion searches a day globally, exercises a virtual monopoly and is valued at around £250 billion. It is also among the world’s biggest advertising agencies with revenue in 2013 of some £49 billion.
Pro- or anti-business: a shamefully irrelevant debate by Simon Caulkin - 27 Apr -
The pro- vs anti-business spat currently being vented by politicians in Westminster and certain red-faced businessmen is as meaningless as it is dispiriting.
#Budget2015: Welfare for Fossil Fuels, Austerity for the rest - 19 Mar -
Mar 18, 2015 • 3:45 pm • by mika Today, Osborne announced massive tax breaks and subsidies for North Sea oil companies. A new £1.3 billion in subsidies will be handed to oil companies, with the burden transferred to the public. £1.3 billion could cover the costs of employing another 20,000 nurses in the NHS.

Network news

17/05/2015   Hacking case reveals stealth Computer Misuse Act change

The day before its latest anti-hacking case hearing at the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, Privacy International was notified that the Computer Misuse Act had been rewritten in March to exempt the intelligence services from provisions making hacking illegal. Read the full story and press reactions.

23/04/2015   UK nuclear energy policy in ruins

Stop New NuclearStop New NuclearThe future of two reactors at Hinkley Point, and the Tories’ “significant new nuclear” election policy, has been set back by a “very serious fault in a crucial part” of an EPR reactor in Normandy. The head of France’s nuclear safety inspectorate said identical safety casings have been made for Hinckley Point, and the prototype plant at Flamanville, nearly three times over budget, could be further delayed for several years.

18/03/2015   UK claims power to bug and crack

The British Government has admitted GCHQ has the broad power to bug phones, computers and networks anywhere in the world, even if the target is not a threat to national security nor suspected of any crime.