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Data Has An Image Problem

Guy Marson | Posted 17.01.2017 | UK Tech
Guy Marson

Data is supposed to be the new oil, powering all industries and underpinning major business decisions. That said, ask any Tom, Dick or Harry on the street what the word data means to them and they are likely to draw a blank.

Top Five Worst Hacks of 2015

Roger Keenan | Posted 21.12.2016 | UK Tech
Roger Keenan

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past decade, you'll have witnessed proof that digitisation has taken over our lives. With there now being more internet-connected devices than humans on earth and even fridges and kettles being connected, it's sadly inevitable that malicious organisations will attempt to access our data.

Ashley Madison's CEO Was Planning Something That Would Have Made The Site Seedier

The Huffington Post UK | Nitya Rajan | Posted 28.08.2015 | UK Tech

Noel Biderman, the CEO of Ashley Madison, has resigned according to a statement from the organisation's parent company, Avid Life Media. He leaves ...

Living Dangerously in the Age of Data

Mike Weston | Posted 26.08.2016 | UK Tech
Mike Weston

At the moment, any company can get hacked at any time. So it is moot whether moral or legal responsibility to protect data ultimately lies with a business. Once your data has been stolen, there's little recourse - it's going to be very inconvenient for you.

Turns Out Ashley Madison Might Have Done Some Snooping Around Too

The Huffington Post UK | Nitya Rajan | Posted 25.08.2015 | UK Tech

What goes around comes around. As it turns out, these words are ringing true for Ashley Madison, the extramarital dating site at the centre of one ...

'Suicides' Reported Over Ashley Madison Leak

The Huffington Post UK | Steven Hopkins | Posted 24.08.2015 | UK

Two clients of cheating website Ashley Madison have reportedly taken their own lives after hackers published their details online, police in Canada ha...

Ashley Madison Leak: The Guilty, the Damned and the Cyber Vigilantes

Julien Tissandier | Posted 23.08.2016 | UK Tech
Julien Tissandier

The data is currently available to anyone. At this stage it is still too soon to fully grasp the extent of the problem, but it is likely that over the next few days we will begin to see a rise in the number of websites, blogs, and even social media accounts aimed at divulging the names.

Someone Made A Map Of The Ashley Madison Members And The Results Are Pretty Shocking

The Huffington Post UK | Nitya Rajan | Posted 21.08.2015 | UK Tech

A Spanish digital agency has analysed the data from the Ashley Madison hack and plotted where users live around the world on an online map. Tecnil...

The Cheating Kind, Hold That Thought and Love, Actually

Samantha van Dalen | Posted 20.08.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Samantha van Dalen

Readers may be aware by now that I had a great affection for my late father and we got on very well. My father came from a large family- he was the eldest of thirteen brothers and one sister.

The Shame Economy: Why Revenge Porn and the Ashley Madison Hack Should Matter to Everyone

Philip Ellis | Posted 20.08.2016 | UK Tech
Philip Ellis

This behaviour, now illegal in the UK and across 23 states in the US, has spawned an entire industry. Revenge porn websites generate upwards of $50,000 in advertising revenue each month, with some even charging victims a fee to remove photos.

Even If You Didn't Have An Affair You Might Still Be On The Ashley Madison Leak

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 20.08.2015 | UK Tech

The hacking of affairs website Ashley Madison has seen the leaking of millions of email addresses, transaction details and more. However a security ex...

Keep Up or Get Caught Out - Lessons From the Ashley Madison Hack

Gary Newe | Posted 24.07.2016 | UK Tech
Gary Newe

As the lines between the professional and social use of technology continue to blur, it is vital that we start to really recognise the significance of these attacks, how likely they are and how damaging they can be.

Demand Your Anonymity - Even if You're Having an Affair

Kassem Younis | Posted 22.07.2016 | UK Tech
Kassem Younis

It's great that tech companies are at least talking about privacy, but they shouldn't be seen as the sole, compliant arbiter of anonymity online. Consumers use countless online services and gadgets - we should be demanding that anonymity and privacy should be baked in at the core.

Twitter Shows No Mercy For One Million Cheating Brits On Ashley Madison

The Huffington Post UK | Sophie Brown | Posted 21.07.2015 | UK Tech

Ashley Madison, a website for people looking to have affairs, was hacked on Monday by a group calling themselves the Impact Team, and Twitter is havin...

9 Times Hackers Ignored The Law To Pursue 'Moral Justice'

The Huffington Post UK | George Bowden | Posted 21.07.2015 | UK Tech

Online activists -- or hacktivists -- continue to tread the fine line between legality and morality in their efforts to bring about social justice on ...

How Much Has Social Media Changed Your Life?

Mark Hillary | Posted 14.04.2014 | UK Tech
Mark Hillary

Think about it. Social communication is affecting a lot more than just your ability to get anything done because you want to tweet just one more time... this is the social society.

Ronan's Indecent Proposal

WENN | Posted 05.06.2012 | Home

Ronan Keating has blasted a dating website for married men after bosses attempted to cash in on his split from wife Yvonne. The couple, who kept th...