More distraction politics from Ms Patel, I think, when she is failing in so many areas and there is rumoured reshuffle coming up.
115 posts • joined 16 Jun 2011
UK.gov is launching an anti-Facebook encryption push. Don't think of the children: Think of the nuances and edge cases instead
We're no longer helping UK Post Office persecute postal workers with our shonky system, says Fujitsu
Bad news: Cognizant hit by ransomware gang. Worse: It's Maze, which leaks victims' data online after non-payment
Four months, $1bn... and ICANN still hasn’t decided whether to approve .org sale with just 11 days left to go
Review of IR35 is in: Quelle surprise, UK.gov will forge ahead with controversial tax reforms in the private sector
Auf wiedersehen, pet: UK Deutsche Bank contractors plan to leave rather than take 25% pay cut for IR35 – report
Orange has an elegant solution to Huawei question in France: We'll stick with Nokia and Ericsson for 5G networks
We need to make it even easier for UK terror cops to rummage about in folks' phones, says govt lawyer
Totally Subcontracted Business: TSB to outsource entire IT estate to IBM for a cool $1bn after 2019 meltdown
Apple calls BS on FBI, AG: We're totally not dragging our feet in murder probe iPhone decryption. PS: No backdoors
Step away from that Windows 7 machine, order UK cyber-cops: It's not safe for managing your cash digitally
If you have a valid Windows 7 product code it will still activate Windows 10 - despite the free update officially ending. Get the Media Creation Tool (but be aware you need to reimage the USB device fresh for each install)
However, I took the Linux Mint update route - and I have yet to find a piece of hardware that doesn't work out of the box - even a supposedly unsupported Focusrite Scarlett 2i2.
My Windows 7 is now virtualised.
This page is currency unavailable... Travelex scrubs UK homepage, kills services, knackers other sites amid 'software virus' infection
UK government review of IR35 tax reforms? Like a broken pencil, say contractors groups – it'll be utterly pointless
The Six Million Dollar Scam: London cops probe Travelex cyber-ransacking amid reports of £m ransomware demand, wide-open VPN server holes
Re: Wrong argument
That is not how the EU single market works. A company in one EU/EEA country can sell into any other with the profits taxed in the home (normally Ireland or Luxembourg) country.
What the article fails to point out is that the UK can stop this after Brexit when no longer part of the Single Market - should that be what it chooses. Make any country trading in UK have a UK subsidiary where appropriate taxes are paid.
What France is attempting smacks of double taxation - I am surprised the EU has allowed it.
There will still, of course, be all the other fiddles they get up to - like licencing image rights at an inflated price.
Tory chancellor pledges to review IR35 rollout in UK private sector – just like all the other parties
Remember the Democratic National Committee email leak? Same hackers now targeting EU countries, say malware boffins
Two years ago, 123-Reg and NamesCo decided to register millions of .uk domains for customers without asking them. They just got the renewal reminders...
Re: they have simply stuck those domains on auto-renew
From my e-mail:
The product(s) listed below are due for renewal. We'll attempt to take payment from your PayPal account on or around 11/10/2019 to ensure the continuation of your service.
So to answer your question - they'll direct-debit you automatically.