Department of Health investigates bias in medical devices and algorithms

The government has put out a call for evidence, looking for views and advice on how to tackle discrimination in medical devices and technology, as part of an independent review on medical…

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Cyber criminal forum targets only Russia

Researchers at Digital Shadows’ Photon Research Team have this week published information on an underground Russian language cyber criminal forum that stands out from the crowd for a new, but not altogether…

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IT Sustainability Think Tank: Embedding GreenOps into enterprises

Over the past 36 months, organisations the world over have made bold promises and commitments to become net zero with increasingly ambitious deadlines. While this is great to see, it does pose…

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CityFibre begins £30m full-fibre build out in Rochdale

Work by CityFibre to bring gigabit broadband connectivity within reach of almost every home and business in the Rochdale region is underway, with the company breaking ground on a new full-fibre infrastructure…

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UK Amazon workers stage series of wildcat strikes over pay offers

A wave of unofficial wildcat strikes is sweeping across Amazon’s UK warehouses, with hundreds of workers across the country independently staging walkouts, sit-ins and work slowdowns in protest of derisory pay rises…

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Met Police ramp up facial recognition despite ongoing concerns

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) is ramping up its deployments of live facial recognition (LFR), despite ongoing concerns about the proportionality and necessity of the technology, as well as its impact on…

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Microsoft doles out $13.7m in bug bounties

Microsoft has paid out a total of $13.7m (£11.3m, €13.3m) in bug bounties over the past 12 months, with 330 researchers from 46 countries acknowledged for their assistance in discovering and reporting…

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SMEs overwhelmed by distraction of comms technology, networking platforms

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have always been time-poor, with a pressing need to maximise any investment they make in tooling to support their ecosystem growth and business development opportunities. Research from…

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Online Safety Bill ‘not fit for purpose’, say tech experts

Vast majority of UK tech professionals believe the government’s forthcoming Online Safety Bill (OSB) is not fit for purpose, with just 19% feeling the measures would actually make the internet safer, a…

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