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Free, easy-to-use hacking tools are helping young people slip into a life of cyber crime, reports BBC.co.uk. According to a report from the National Crime Agency, the average age of those interviewed and arrested was 17, with mentors, role models and positive opportunities noted as potential deterrents.

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The Queen’s speech has been praised for providing certainty on data protection, reports ComputerWeekly.com. The government has promised a new data protection law aimed at incorporating the EU General Data Protection Regulation – a significant move highlighting the UK’s intention... Read more

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A declining number of children are taking computer sciences courses potentially highlighting a further skills gap to come, reports TheInquirer.net. Despite an overall increase to the number of children attending exams, the number of those failing has also increased.

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Google face a fine of €1bn or more over an EU anti-trust investigation into Google Shopping, reports Computing.co.uk. The fine could reportedly exceed the €1.09bn levied against Intel in 2009. The EC believes Google promotes its own services at the... Read more

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Retailers have been urged to change their approach to demand forecasting to achieve optimal fulfilment performance, reports ComputerWeekly.com. The use of insights into supply chain management can now help retailers forecast “at the granular level”, looking at “how consumers will buy,... Read more

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One in ten new jobs in the UK are now in the technology industry, reports BusinessTimes.com. Expertise in artificial intelligence and data science are two of the primary drives behind the shift, but filling the positions is proving difficult.