Latest David Cameron articles

GCHQ to get more power to tackle online child abuse images

Prime Minister unveils new initiative between National Crime Agency and GCHQ to tackle online child abuse
11 Dec 2014

MoJ employees go on strike over sensitive data sell-off as job losses loom

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PCS union claims that IT services firm Steria is being 'rewarded for failure'
24 Jul 2014

Samsung, Intel, Dell and others to establish Internet of Things standards

Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) wants IoT devices to connect and communicate seamlessly with each other
08 Jul 2014

Cameron pledges £45m to develop internet of things

Prime Minister tells CeBIT trade show that UK and Germany could drive a new industrial revolution
10 Mar 2014

Obama to stop NSA from storing telephone data in bulk – but it will still be stored

Phone data will instead be stored by a third party
17 Jan 2014

GCHQ and NSA spied on charities, allies, and an EU official

US and UK spy agencies worked together to monitor a list of surveillance targets in more than 60 countries
20 Dec 2013

Top 10 IT skills stories of 2013

Computing has a look at the hardest hitting IT skills stories of the year
09 Dec 2013

Tech City gets visa and 300Mbps 4G boosts

Prime minister David Cameron unveils new visa to enable tech experts to work in the UK and £15.5m in funding
06 Dec 2013

Google devises system to rid its service of child abuse pages

Google to clean up results for more than 100,000 search queries and warn users of more than 13,000 queries
18 Nov 2013

ISC to review whether privacy legislation is 'fit for purpose'

Intelligence and Security Committee has called on public to provide evidence after PRISM and Tempora revelations
17 Oct 2013

Patients could be able to Skype with their GP under new proposals

GP practices can apply to £50m Challenge Fund to set up a 'pioneering' programme
03 Oct 2013

GPs must inform patients that their health records could be sold – or risk action by the ICO

Electronic patient records will be passed on to other parts of the NHS and sold to private companies from this autumn – in anonymised form – but some patients could still be identifiable
05 Aug 2013

Microsoft's Bing the first search engine to comply with government demand for 'search term warning'

Bing box will warn users that the content they are searching for is illegal and tell them to seek counselling
29 Jul 2013

Cameron's recommended porn filter operated by Huawei

Prime Minister praised web filter, which turns out to be operated by controversial Chinese firm
26 Jul 2013

Backbytes: Cameron, #PornoPerry and a potentially libellous remark - UPDATED

Claire Perry, the MP behind David Cameron's 'porn filtering policy', has claimed that a well-known blogger was behind an attack on her website
24 Jul 2013

David Cameron to introduce default pornography blocking for UK ISPs

Users required to opt-in to view censored pornographic content
22 Jul 2013

Lack of data analysis skills a problem for hospitals, Keogh report finds

Trusts were using data to reassure themselves they were doing a good job, review finds
18 Jul 2013

Backbytes: Tell us again, Dave, exactly what do too many tweets make?

Prime Minister tweets fake Iain Duncan Smith Twitter account to announce benefits cap rollout...
16 Jul 2013

H4cked Off: Prism, death and taxes

The old adage should be updated: there are only two certainties in life, government snooping and death, since tax is now optional
10 Jun 2013

Ed Miliband says Google must pay more in UK taxes

Labour leader is 'disappointed' in Google's arrangements
22 May 2013

Apple 'avoids paying billions of dollars in tax', say US senators

Apple uses 'complex web of offshore entities', including three in Ireland, where it is taxed 0.05 per cent
21 May 2013

Google's Schmidt to meet Cameron following tax reform debate

'International tax law could almost certainly benefit from reform,' says Schmidt
20 May 2013

UK and India to sign cybercrime deal

Prime minister David Cameron wants to strike deal to safeguard Britons' data on Indian servers
19 Feb 2013

Government science spending falls, despite election pledge

Cuts in technology and innovation funds of 7.6 per cent since 2010 - despite election pledge to maintain investment
08 Nov 2012