Danny is a Staff Writer for Computing. With experience in online and broadcast journalism, he joined Computing in August 2012 after over two years working in the video games industry press. He graduated with a Master's degree in Multimedia Broadcast Journalism from University College Falmouth in 2008, after previously completing a BA in Politics at the University of Exeter.

Articles & blogs by Danny Palmer

Council of Europe launches human rights guide for the internet

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Governments, private companies and other organisations have a duty to respect the human rights of internet users, the Council of Europe says.
17 Apr 2014

Google Glass and big data taking off at Virgin Atlantic

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Virgin Atlantic director of information Dave Bulman tells Computing how the airline is embracing innovation
17 Apr 2014

ServiceNow and Partners In IT 'revolutionise' NHS Blood and Transplant HR services

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IT behind NHS Blood and Transplant authority was "based on Microsoft Excel"
17 Apr 2014

Fingerprint security loophole in Samsung Galaxy S5 could expose Paypal and other payment services

Galaxy S5 security loophole exposed as Samsung claims that it is selling better than its predecessor
16 Apr 2014

Yahoo beats Q1 revenue expectations, despite profits slump

Struggling web firm boosted by Chinese internet firm Alibaba as CEO Marissa 'buoyed by growth'
16 Apr 2014

Google acquires drone maker Titan Aerospace, updates Glass

"Atmospheric satellites could help bring internet access to millions of people," says Google
15 Apr 2014

Privacy concerns surround FBI facial recognition database that will contain 52 million images by 2015

Electronic Frontier Foundation warns the facial recognition component of this database poses real threats to privacy
15 Apr 2014

Google Glass on general sale next week...for one day only

Google Glass will go on sale in US for 24 hours next Tuesday
11 Apr 2014

MPs label BBC's Digital Media Initiative a "complete failure"

Public Accounts Committee says BBC "was far too complacent about the high risks involved" in £100m IT project
10 Apr 2014

"Lack of knowledge" about extent of cloud services use putting organisations at risk

Skyhigh Networks CEO Rajiv Gupta tells Computing the average number of 'shadow IT' cloud services in the enterprise is 588
10 Apr 2014

ElasticHosts CEO claims his firm's usage-based billing can vastly undercut Amazon, Google cloud services

Richard Davies says his firm's usage-based billing system could cut cloud costs by over 50 per cent
09 Apr 2014

Yorkshire Building Society selects ServiceNow to optimise service delivery

IT service transition manager Danny Potts tells Computing why Yorkshire Building Society opted to roll out ServiceNow
08 Apr 2014

Can big data and privacy coexist?

In their eagerness to harness big data for commercial gain, are enterprises showing a blatant disregard for the privacy of their customers?
08 Apr 2014

Government should use big data like Google and Amazon to tailor services, says Cabinet Office's Paul Maltby

Analyse social media to find out opinions without turning to thinktanks, he tells Computing
04 Apr 2014

Government's digital by default strategy in jeopardy because it "doesn't get it"

Mark Thompson tells EMC and Policy Exchange roundtable "we're being badly governed by our digital masters"
04 Apr 2014