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5 Things to Know About the U.K. Press Regulation Compromise

5 Things to Know About the U.K. Press Regulation Compromise | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it

LONDON - After months of wrangling, Britain's political parties have reached a compromise that will establish a new press regulator based on suggestions of the Leveson Inquiry, which was launched in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal.

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Publishers, such as News Corp.'s News International, as well as the owners of the Telegraph and Daily Mail newspapers, have been opposed to statutory regulation, and it will be interesting to see if they interpret the final compromise as acceptable or not.

 

All parties have said that victims of press abuse will be big winners. Hacked Off, the non-profit supported by the likes of Hugh Grant, lauded the new royal charter.

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Facebook and Google dominate 76% of social logins, according to Janrain study

Facebook and Google dominate 76% of social logins, according to Janrain study | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it

Logging in through the likes of Facebook, Twitter and Google may be the easiest way to connect to 3rd party sites across the Web. 

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Google releases new government surveillance data, Facebook stays mum

Google releases new government surveillance data, Facebook stays mum | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
Google published its latest report about how often governments are asking for data about individuals. The growth of this type of surveillance means that Facebook should consider publishing a report of its own.
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Google issued a new update to its semi-annual Transparency Report this morning that, once again, revealed the number of government requests for user data to be on the rise. 

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Are Macs safer than PCs?

Are Macs safer than PCs? | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
Apple has traditionally marketed its systems as being more secure than those running Microsoft Windows, but just how true is that?
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