Month: July 2012

How the cookie law crumbles

If you have a website and you aren’t up-to-date on ‘cookie’ law, you must read this! A privacy law that came into force last year demands that websites based in the EU which are using ‘cookies’ publicise this fact to their visitors and provide them with ways to opt-out. This almost certainly includes your website.

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The sporting event with no name

We’re all aware what a huge year this is for the UK, particularly as it encompasses the Queen’s Jubilee, a Brit reaching the Wimbledon men’s final, a British leader (and potential winner) of the Tour de France and, of course, there’s that… global sporting event. You know what I’m talking about. But I’m not going

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Live flood data goes online

The rain just hasn’t stopped falling today. Personally I’m struggling to adjust, having got myself lightly sun burnt while working outdoors at an event in Dorset yesterday… There is a recurring theme here though, as our summers seem to be something of a fading memory and unprecedented, torrential rainfall no longer seems, well, unprecedented. To

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