Informationoverload is personal blog that discusses various topics of interest in the legal realm. The author, Scott Vine, is a Senior Information Officer with the Communications Media and Technology practice area of the London Office of Clifford Change LLP.
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UK Central government departments, executive agencies and non-departmental public bodies with rss feeds
If that title hasn’t already got you excited, I don’t know what will. I have done some lists like these before but felt it was time to do a bigger one, based on all the bodies listed as “Central government departments, executive agencies and non-departmental public bodies”...
Google: We’ll only support 2 most recent browser releases (IE,Safari,Firefox, Chrome) from 1 August.
This is a problem I only became aware of when I got access to Google+, and is one that it potentially about to force me into using yahoo/hotmail as my default mail client and god forbid, Outlook for managing my rss feeds. What am I talking about? I’m talking about Google’s announcement...
Not very often that the European Court of Justice talks about Libraries, but it did this week. The Court had been asked to rule on the interpretation of the concept of ‘remuneration’ paid to copyright holders in respect of public lending, as set out in Article 5(1) of Council Directive 92/100/EEC...
Oh, you have to laugh. Yes, if you want to look really stupid to the industry include test in your ad telling Ofcom to crack down on misleading advertising, and then create an ad that is potentially misleading on just about every level. Brilliant. The Advertising Standard’s Authority (ASA)...
Back In January, I blogged a prediction that Satellite Entertainment Limited SEL would have their UK broadcasting licences revoked (by Ofcom) by June. It seems Ofcom and SEL have proved me wrong. Today, Ofcom fined SEL a total of £90,000 for code breaches in respect of its Essex Babes, Northern...
Last week , Ms Julie Steele, Head of Fraud, Risk and Security, Vodafone UK, Mr Adrian Gorham, Group Head of Fraud, Security and Business Continuity, Telefonica O2, and Mr James Blendis, Vice President Legal, Everything Everywhere (Orange UK and T-Mobile UK) appeared in front of the Home Affairs...
The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) had banned the DVD The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) from sale in the UK, refusing to classify the film due the ‘ unacceptable content runs throughout the work’. The film is a sequel to film The Human Centipede (First Sequence),...
I like LinkedIn. The business social network is a useful tool and a good window to advertise your own profile to prospective employers, people in the media who may be looking for an expert in a field, and people just needing basic bio information. You profile can be as limited or a broad [...]I...
Madame Swempski: I don’t like this innuendo. Groucho: That’s what I always say: love flies out the door when money comes innuendo. [Marx Bros – Monkey Business] A glance at many of the UK’s newspapers today might lead you to believe that the broadcaster Sandi Toksvig uttered the...
Reg Bailey has published his report of the Commercialisation and Sexualisation of Childhood. These are the four sections that interested me the most from a Media and communications stand-point. Ensuring the content of pre-watershed television programming better meets parents’ expectations. There...