• Is Science Evil?

    The gadget gives you with easy connectivity by way of 3G, USB, Pop-Port, infra-pink, Bluetooth, WLAN, and WCDMA, supports quad-band community (GSM 850, 900, 1800 & 1900), and lot more.

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  • Truespeed and CityFibre accelerate UK fibre roll-out

    Two of the UK’s leading regional gigabit network providers, Truespeed and CityFibre, have revealed plans to light up with fibre the city of Bath in England and Inverness in Scotland, respectively.

    Internet services provider (ISP) Truespeed said that its aim to bring the benefits of affordable, full-fibre broadband to left-behind locations and communities across the South-West of England continues apace with its latest roll-out.

    After a prolonged period of bringing gigabit connectivity to places such as the counties of Somerset and Devon, and the city of Wells where it provided full-fibre using innovative means, Truespeed has started rolling out its

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  • Deloitte confirms post-April 2021 ban on PSCs

    Deloitte has confirmed that its response to the incoming IR35 private sector reforms includes a ban on working with limited companies and personal service companies (PSCs) from April 2021 onwards.

    In a statement to Computer Weekly, a Deloitte spokesperson confirmed that the company has introduced a policy that states it will only engage contractors willing to work via employment agencies or umbrella firms from April 2021 onwards, as part of its IR35 compliance strategy.

    “Deloitte’s freelancers, independent contractors and consultants bring a huge range of skills to our firm,” said the statement. “This dynamic and flexible talent pool is very

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  • Facebook sued for data-sharing practices with third parties

    Journalist and writer Peter Jukes is suing Facebook for a loss of control over his personal data, as part of a class action claim on behalf of about one million users of the social media website.

    Jukes claims that between November 2013 and May 2015, Facebook allowed a third-party app called This Is Your Digital Life to access not only the personal information of users who downloaded the app, but also that of their Facebook friends, without their knowledge or consent.

    The consumer representative action filed by Jukes in the High Court of Justice in London says Facebook was in

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