Google web services for the under-10s will be childproofed

A rumored childproof version of Google and YouTube will be welcomed by parents of very young children who struggle to control their viewing habits.

Driverless cars from Google can break speed liimits

Lead engineer on Google's car project says that they are programmed for speed.

Irish court orders Facebook to reveal underage users' data

A lawsuit that alleged Facebook's open registration makes it too easy for underage users to register has resulted in the High Court in Belfast wanting the records.

40% of workers ignore social media bans at work

A recent study has found that 40 percent of office workers in the EU say they've ignored restrictions on using social media at work.

Only 3% of engineering workforce is female

Numbers show that IT is one of the worst offenders when it comes to gender equality with only three percent of the workforce made up of females.

International cyber bully hit with 181 charges including criminal harassment and identity fraud

An international investigation that lasted eight months caught an unemployed Canadian man that had been cyber bullying 38 victims dating back 12 years across the globe.

US requests $5b in extra funding to bolster cybercrime defences

The request has been made by the Department of Defence and it means that the country’s cyber operations budget will be worth 8.5 per cent of total defence spending.

New home buyers say mobile coverage more important than schools

45 percent of new home buyers more concerned about having a good mobile phone signal over anything else.

Better economy may boost going green initiatives

According to a V1 survey, at the first sign of financial trouble, businesses are far too willing to back away from going green.

36% of ex-employees still connected to sensitive data

Study reports that 36% of ex-employees still have access to company data and almost one in ten has admitted accessing a system after leaving.