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3 hrs ago | Advanced-television.com
The progress made by the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit in protecting Intellectual Property and tackling infringing websites risks being undermined without long-term funding and investment, according to the Federation Against Software Theft , who argues that disrupting the distribution of illicit material calls to continue the consistent ... (more)
7 hrs ago | Reuters
The EU joins the U.S. with a tougher set of sanctions against Russia over Ukraine.
11 hrs ago | Russia Taday
EU sanctions aimed at 'imposing economic pain' on Russia following the MH17 crash will hit the UK economy, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has warned, saying 'you can't make an omelet without breaking eggs'.
15 hrs ago | Phil Gyford's Writing
Last week I spent a frustrating morning trying to open a business bank account. I assumed banks would make it as easy as possible and so I was surprised how frustrating it was.
19 hrs ago | GoMo News
An interview given to the UK newspaper, Daily Telegraph, here by Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, has caused quite a stir.
He also worked for the Kilburn Times during the 1980s and, before his retirement in 1990, edited the City of London Recorder.
The City of London police in the UK has begun placing ads on illegal torrent sites in an effort to curb their advertising revenue.
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In this file photo, a view from Nelson's Column shows the curved Gherkin building over central London's skyline.
One of the downsides of watching Game of Thrones or The Soup via a nefarious website is that you're bombarded with pop-ups for everything from porn to sandwiches.
The 40-storey skyscraper - officially called 30 St Mary Axe - was designed by Lord Foster and opened in the City of London in 2004, and includes an atmospheric top-floor bar.
Users will be warned that a site is under criminal investigation in a "pop-up" banner police message replacing legitimate paid-for advertising on sites suspected of offering copyright-infringing content.
Ahoghill's green-fingered volunteers have been busy putting the finishing touches to their Royal Horticultural Society Britain in Bloom campaign in preparation for the judges' imminent arrival on Thursday, August 7. James Perry of Ahoghill in Bloom says: "Everyone involved in Ahoghill in Bloom are really looking forward to the visit by the judges.
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A man walks past a sign outside Lloyds Banking Group's headquarters in the City of London on February 27, 2009.
A total of 39 parks across the region are now flying a Green Flag Award with pride after being judged to being among best in the country For a total of 39 parks across the region are now flying a Green Flag Award with pride after being judged to being among best in the country.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 11:34 pm
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