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BACK TO BASICS: DOMAIN NAMES

You’ve decided to let the world know about your business/GSOH/love of cats doing hilarious things (how do those little rascals play a keyboard without opposable thumbs??). To do this you need a website, and then for your future adoring fans to be able to find it, you need a domain name… but what the heck […]

ONE DAY, TWO SCARES, ZERO DRAMA

It’s not Halloween yet guys, so – despite a new flaw and bug being brought to light in the same day – it’s not quite time to split up and head for the extremely suspect looking house/forest/fairground like a bunch of reckless teens in a horror film. Yesterday news of two new scares came out […]

KNOW FRAUD, NO FRAUD

American Hustle (and its awesome forefather, Brit TV series Hustle) may make con artists look glamorous and cool, but (not to sound like an awkward anti-drugs campaign), there’s nothing cool about fraud kids. Unfortunately though, it is easy to fall into the trap, especially if you don’t know what you’re looking for; which is why […]

BRITS WANT TO BE FORGOTTEN

It seems us Brits might have a few things in our cyber closets that we’d rather stay there, as latest figures show that we’re jumping onto the ‘Right to be Forgotten’ (and off the internet’s search) bandwagon in a big way. One in ten requests for the Right to be Forgotten ruling have come from […]

FRIDAYS AT UKFAST

It’s very nearly time to burrito into the weekend, but first up we’ve had some tips on winning from Olympian Diane Modahl, and five PCI compliance changes you need to know about. There’s been some chat on tech joining the anti-extremist talks and people giving up their firstborns for free wi-fi. Now get on in […]

THE HEROD CLAUSE: WHAT WOULD YOU GIVE UP FOR FREE WI-FI?

The hunt for free Wi-Fi drives people to some pretty desperate things; like cultivating a fairly serious caffeine habit in Starbucks, spending time in Macdonald’s whilst sober, and giving up their firstborn children. The usual. A recent study on Wi-Fi hotspots found that, despite terms and conditions demanding connectors’ firstborn children, users were still agreeing […]