How it all went horribly wrong with Facebook, and what ANDREW JOHNSTONE eventually did about it.
Cyber criminals are getting craftier and remain steps ahead of the latest technology. PAT PILCHER looks at the potential devastation that cyber crime is likely to inflict on lives in 2018.
What’s Wrong With Sky’s Injunction Against ISPs And What It Could More Productively Be Spending The Money On
PAT PILCHER has a novel idea for Sky TV and all the money it will spend convincing ISPs to police the internet.
PAT PILCHER weighs in on a broiling controversy involving Sky’s demands to internet providers and their angry response.
PAT PILCHER discovers that there is now a way to get some sweet vengeance against those annoying scammers who fill his spam folder to its brim every day.
We’re so reliant on Wi-Fi and gadget interconnectedness that a vulnerability found in the security mechanism could lead to meltdown – malicious nabbing of personal data, credit card details, the lot. PAT PILCHER on the big new threat.
Do you need a VPN to stay safe online? PAT PILCHER takes a look at Norton’s variant on the theme.
Broadband is important. We rely on it. So why do broadband service providers still treat outages as if it didn’t matter?
Sky takes legal action against sellers of ‘free TV’ boxes, but PAT PILCHER wonders if anyone’s the winner in this expensive game.
Are gadgets making us gullible? Are smartphones making us stupid? Is Google turning our brains to noodles? Long-time technology observer PAT PILCHER on the new idiocracy.
PAT PILCHER looks at how some rugby fans are bypassing Sky’s Fan Pass and the bigger issues it raises.
The UK Government proposes internet regulations to combat terror attacks. It’s a tactic that won’t work, writes PAT PILCHER.