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According to recent reports, Google is working on child-friendly versions of some of its services.

Posted 21 August 2014

In theory EBA acquisition models promise a win-win for libraries, publishers and customers alike. But does the evidence support this hybrid model?

Posted 06 August 2014

Dating website deliberately mis-matched users; art gallery 'sells' art to the emotional.

Posted 31 July 2014

Digitised holdings of nine new partner organisations will enhance collection.

Posted 31 July 2014

Popularity driven by world sporting events - and the weather.

Posted 30 July 2014

Pervasive, participatory and multi-sensory: Lyn Robinson explores the impact of a new generation of documents.

Posted 28 July 2014

Disagreement over reforms delays European White Paper on copyright reform.

Posted 25 July 2014

Google given 18 months to comply.

Posted 22 July 2014

Twitter user to say 'sorry'.

Posted 17 July 2014

Report reveals increase in cases handled by ICO - and a data breach of its own.

Posted 17 July 2014

Blogger fined a total of €2,500 in damages and costs.

Posted 17 July 2014

Eight companies in Norway subjected to an unprecedented cyber attack.

Posted 17 July 2014

Media consumption is changing from 'owning' to 'having access to' - and libraries should reflect this trend.

Posted 10 July 2014

User responses to 3D printers has been incredibly positive - but offering a 3D printing service comes with its own issues.

Posted 10 July 2014

Posted 03 July 2014

Research explores how key spam players interact. Canada's new anti-spam legislation came into effect in July 2014.

Posted 02 July 2014

Information Managers looking to be strategic influencers and advisors

Posted 01 July 2014

Millions of pages of historical content added.

Posted 27 June 2014

Claire Beecroft, an information specialist, on why modern Library and Information Professionals need to be wired for sound.

Posted 20 June 2014

The way we consume 'printed' news has changed forever - but what will happen next?

Posted 14 June 2014

Linguistic project exploring how people use the app to communicate.

Posted 14 June 2014

Successful challenge to law which came into effect in 2013.

Posted 14 June 2014

European Court of Justice says web browsing does not infringe copyright.

Posted 06 June 2014

Posted 05 June 2014

Overall EU lags behind US and Japan.

Posted 05 June 2014

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