Under UK copyright law, there is a fair dealing exemption where the purpose of the infringement is for the reporting of current events, but this does not cover photographs and definitely not publishing a person’s private photographs in national newspapers to show that they take holidays on beaches like the rest of the population.
As users of modern technology, we are (or should be) conscious of the threat of cyber crime; however, most of us aren’t aware of just how frequently this happens.
Most countries operate some form of credit system where past financial history is used to determine whether a person is likely to pay future credit such as mortgages or credit cards. Nothing controversial about this, right?
Crowdfunding website Kickstarter has proved itself time and again as a place where product designers and entrepreneurs can test out the market for their product before beginning manufacture, providing a platform for truly inventive products. Here are some of our favourites.
The internet has made the world smaller, connecting billions of people and opening up international markets as never before, but this does not mean we should lose sight of the importance of local businesses and groups.
Does the Vizor VR headset offer a good introduction into the world of 360 immersive content for under £30?
Over the last couple of decades, the number of devices that can connect to the Internet has grown at a rapid rate and continues to increase exponentially.
UK Home Secretary Theresa May’s plans to give the police and security services more power to monitor people’s internet use without the need for a warrant further erodes the British public’s right to privacy for very little intelligence gain.
Television has changed forever, but how do the top three digital subscription TV services compare?
For many generations, Africa wasn’t the sort of place you wanted to invest in, but that situation has long since changed.