Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has opposed web monitoring rights in the UK.
(image) for Blackberrry as Nokia seeks to have its devices banned due to patent infringement.
Internet TV provider YouView has been sued for infringement in a naming dispute
(image) Facebook experiences a backlash after proposing plans to remove users' rights to vote on privacy policies. (image)
Speculation surrounds the motives behind a forthcoming UN conference, with Google fearing for the freedom of the internet.
(image) The South Korean electronics superpower will gain access to the Apple-HTC deal after a US judge ruled in their favour.
(image) Half of web users have admitted they are unsure if the online content they view on a day to day basis is legal.
(image) Google has revealed the governments most eager to pursue the information of users online.
(image) Apple has resolved on-going feud with HTC, signing a 10- year licensing agreement with the rival phone maker.
Self-publishing, Indie publishing… whatever you call it, Amazon is making it easier than ever and it’s changing the publishing landscape in ways that would have seemed impossible in a pre-kindle world. Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing Platform, launched in September this year, offers anyone the chance to self-publish their books on the Amazon Kindle store for ...