Company to take over from doomed NPIA which left the police IT set-up "broken"
'China and Iran will be delighted,' says Open Rights Group
DDoS attacks in protest at "draconian" surveillance proposals, and US extradition treaty
A contract worth £3m will be issued to the winning bidder
The TV is the latest device to become internet-enabled, but how does that affect business?
Will a new police-led company help to rectify this?
But meeting with Twitter, Facebook and RIM discusses how law enforcement agencies could "crack down" on criminal use
Foreign Office plans to use mobile communications to warn Brits abroad of crises
The ongoing Wikileaks saga has prompted a review of government IT security, while experts urge all CIOs to be more vigilant
Open Rights Group outraged at being left out of the regulatory debate
Home Office, Thales and HRS looking for airport security technologies
But some Budget announcements will benefit the IT industry
Foreign IT firms are bringing staff into the UK using intra-company transfers, prompting speculation that they are paying below the market rate
New medical evidence buys hacker some time
New deals will cut costs by £100m over six years
Tickets for minor offences and traffic infringements to be replaced by electronic system
Government does not appear to have fully investigated other options that may exist, says privacy watchdog
Those arrested but not convicted of serious crimes to stay on database for 12 years
Document card contains an electronic chip which will store the holder's biometric details - but Tories will scrap it