News article highlighting the fact that younger people aren't necessarily good at searching. This was following a talk by Google's Dan Rusell given at Glasgow University. I assume the content was similar to what he said at an earlier talk.
Be Informed: Recent Changes to Copyright Law Last week Jason Miles-Campbell, manager of the JISCLegal service, gave a talk entitled “Be Informed: Recent Changes to Copyright Law” at the CILIPS Autumn Gathering.
The increase in the number of devices being manufactured in the 'internet of things' (IoT) age gives criminals new opportunities for launching distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, a new report has warned.
I'm still liveblogging from the European Conference on Information Literacy, held in Dubrovnik. Next for me was a paper by John Gathegi Social Networking Literacy: Re-balancing Sharing, Privacy, and Legal Observance.
The new issue of E-Learning and Digital Media (subscription journal) (volume 11 no 6) includes articles: - Owen Barden. Winking at Facebook: capturing digitally mediated classroom learning - Catherine Beavis et al.
Businesses that send spam text messages, make nuisance calls or carry out other types of unsolicited direct electronic marketing activity could be fined up to £500,000 if their actions cause "annoyance, inconvenience or anxiety", under new plans...
The City of London Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has received an additional £3 million of funding to support its efforts in combating online copyright infringement and other IP crime.
Technology Innovation and Impact Strand at ILI 2014 On Tuesday 21 October 2014 I am giving a talk at the ILI 2014 conference which will address the question What are the major technology trends that will impact library services and their users?