* Posts by Disgruntled of TW

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UK.gov was warned of smart meter debacle by Cabinet Office in 2012

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WTF?

BGB fail, fail and fail again ...

British Gas supply my business electricity to me. Three years ago they had the best rate, so I let them install a SMART meter. Year after EDF underpriced them, so I moved. Last year back to BGB ... BUT, they are "unable to read the SMART meter" due to the status "G4S pending SIM card activation".

So the supplier that installed the original meter is now unable to read it. I wonder who is reading it?

What a mess - the £390/meter number is no surprise given this level of competence.

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100k+ petition: MPs must consider debating Snoopers' Charter again

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Black Helicopters

Re: Oh dear

And if there isn't anything to pin on you in your captured logs, something can be put there, and you will have no legs on which to stand as the "evidence" is clear to see. Evidence that could never be tampered with as it wouldn't exist if judicial approval was required prior to creating it

Anyone can tamper with it if it exists - and then point the finger at you.

THAT is the case against "nothing to hide" argument.

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IBM pays up after 'clearly failing' DDoS protection for Australia's #censusfail

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FAIL

Bootnote tells all ...

The Bootnote says enough. The culture won't change without consequences, and there have been none.

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UK.gov flings £400m at gold standard, ‘full-fibre' b*&%*%£$%. Yep. Broadband

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Facepalm

Protect your non-profit network from purchase

Using the right legal framework for a community network over private land (saves 80% civil engineering costs) will prevent later procurement by BT, Virgin, whoever ... look at B4RN.

That's a dedicated fibre to every household. No TPON, GPON or any other type of P4WN.

What guv needs to do is compel the owners of the dark fibre backhaul to the internet exchanges to make it available at fair cost.

We also need to wait a couple of years, probably not much more, so that we have the evidence to demonstrate how poor VDSL2 is performing in rural areas. Folk won't realise how dead-end the copper bearer is until 4K TV and other services eat up the incremental (sorry Ed, it *is* a waste of money for dead-end infrastructure, not a short term "fudge") benefit delivered by BT and the BDUK funding.

The BDUK FTTC network has no future. The full fibre network won't be able to use that fibre in a commercially viable way - Openreach owns it. Diggers have to roll over public or private land. Guv can influence either, but do they understand the consequences?

Just sayin' ...

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Vodafone rapped with RECORD £4.6m fine for failing customers

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Megaphone

Grow a pair Ofcom ... look at the GDPR weaponry

Gnat bite Customer Service failure penalties aside, with the GDPR coming if Voda are compromised and give out customer data they have 72 hours to fess up and a maximum of 4% of GLOBAL revenues to pay. Now that's a sabre toothed tiger chunk of flesh even for Voda. I hope they are preparing sensibly. Denial won't work for this one.

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Court finds GCHQ and MI5 engaged in illegal bulk data collection

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Black Helicopters

And now?

What now? What was the objective of this law suit? Who watches the watchers?

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Prime Minister May hints at shaking up Blighty's 'dysfunctional' rural broadband

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Stop

Denial of own figures - here we go again

I'm going to repost what I said the last time the gubbermint announced something about rural broadband, while they perpetuate the "extremely poor value" Openreach monopoly and the copper nonsense, while ignoring their OWN homework. Enjoy:

Why does our Gubbermint ignore their own figures on ROI and benefits for infrastructure projects?

HS2 is estimated by the DfT to deliver a benefit ratio of 2.3 to 1. For every £1 spent on HS2, it will return £2.30. The DfT paper is here: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/365065/S_A_1_Economic_case_0.pdf

Right. Providing FTTP to the entire country is estimated to deliver an ROI of approximately £20 for every £1 spent. DCMS commissioned the report here: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/257006/UK_Broadband_Impact_Study_-_Impact_Report_-_Nov_2013_-_Final.pdf

Which project would you do?

Is our gubbermint thick, or do they just ignore information they don't like, or doesn't fit their political agenda?

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Is Apple's software getting worse or what?

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FAIL

There are 342 pending updates

Agreed. Software quality is sacrificed due to speed to market, driven by jazz hands and people who do not believe in the market value of a quality product. There are commercial pressures to get it out, alpha, beta or whatever, but just get it out rather than test it "reasonably".

I do not update any apps on my iThings unless ....

1) It is a security update that I am convinced represents a threat vector

2) I read about and decide I want the new functionality

3) I am compelled to for OS upgrade/compatibility reasons and I STILL want the app

Otherwise, I have 100+ companies that I have no influence over, and who may or may not be compromised, and I'm allowing them fairly unfettered access to install software on my iThing. Most non-technical folk behave like like this, which feeds those marketing folk who don't sell on quality, just the unwanted features of the "new shiny thing".

Show me where the market for quality is ... and I'll go there. That's what I want.

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UK.gov oughta get its data-sharing house in order before Digital Economy Bill plans

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Thumb Up

Name the civil servants ...

... who operate the existing data repositories, and publish the data. Naming is often enough to hammer home the duty of care requirement when handling the public data. Get their skin in the game.

+1 for Chi.

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End all the 'up to' broadband speed bull. Release proper data – LGA

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Joke

This week ...

... I am going to work "up to" 40 hours. I expect my fixed salary to be paid no matter how many hours I actually work, of course.

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Hacker takes down CEO wire transfer scammers, sends their Win 10 creds to the cops

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Facepalm

Re: Make a phone call

@Test Man - completely agree. A CFO that doesn't have the CEO's number on speed dial, isn't a CFO. Duh.

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Is VMware starting to mean 'legacy'? Down and out in Las Vegas

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Meh

More hype than reality ... in operations

@Enrico - containers are still more hype than reality when it comes to revenue processing work. Great fun to play with, if you have budget and time to play, but I haven't seen them doing any heavy lifting outside of the webby world of "here today, gone tomorrow" services.

Just sayin'.

I do agree that VMware needs a couple of new shiny technology idea things that last more than a few quarters on the price list, which we'll no doubt hear more about post September 7th. Hopefully.

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Your wget is broken and should DIE, dev tells Microsoft

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Facepalm

Weeping with laughter ....

Looking at the Powershell evolution since v1.0, you have to laugh at the broken bits for backwards compatibility. The PS team are boldly going forwards 'coz they haven't found reverse, or noticed the rear-view mirror.

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BT best provider for 10Mbps USO, says former digi minister Ed Vaizey

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Stop

Ed who? Utter nonsense.

An Oxford graduate who read History, then practised law for a few years ... what does he know about broadband technology? Who are the civil servants feeding him this information? Name them, and make them accountable for the spin their minister is offering.

Aiming for a USO of 10 Mbps will ensure the UK lives in the dark ages. Our government resolutely refuses to support communities like B4RN who *can* deploy synchronous gigabit fibre in rural areas.

Said it before, and I'll keep saying it ... based on the information the gubbermint chooses to release to us, we should scrap HS2 (cost £60Bn with 1.7:1 return) and give everyone a fibre to their home (cost £30Bn with 20:1 return).

But the gubbermint ignores its own figures and continues to remain unaccountable for that behaviour. No wonder folk vote against the political elite. There's little worth voting for, much to vote against.

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Software-defined storage is glitzy, but E8 and Nimbus are still delivering hardware

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Megaphone

Fox/chicken problem ...

... ... and those methodologies would have be be designed and invigilated by "non-vendor" folk to retain their credibility. Apples with apples, etc. etc. Seems simple, but vendors continue to pour honey into end user ears, ignoring glaring issues (features? ;-)) in many products. Disappointing that the market appears to support this behaviour still. I'd still pay more for quality, if it did what it said on the tin. I'm personally fed up with "lowest possible service level to meet price point" behaviour. Cloud services often stink of it.

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CityFibre takes on Ofcom over pledge to open BT ducts and poles

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Megaphone

Dark fibre ....

Anyone got a link? Anyone heard any pricing? Show me the dark fibre that is now "available"? Pricelist?

Oink, flap, oink, flap, oink, flap .... >bang<.

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UK gov says new Home Sec will have powers to ban end-to-end encryption

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Facepalm

May and Rudd ... not a cryptologist between them

I used to despair at these regular announcements from May when she was Secretary of State, punting the Snoopers Charter/RIPA legislation. I am no longer incensed, nor surprised, at the dismal lack of understanding of the subject matter. I console myself with the knowledge that we may indeed introduce such legislation, note that it is unenforceable, then either ignore it or repeal it.

The decimation of our financial economy is the primary reason that this nonsense will not prevail. The security consultants and knowledgeable crypto-folk, some of which comment here, are too few in numbers to make any measurable difference. The politicians play to the masses, who do not understand cryptology, or the risk this legislation presents to their freedom.

That is why I no longer expect any response from my MP Greg Clark, who returns mere "thank you for your letter" diatribes, with no indication of understanding of the fundamental freedom his party is attempting to destroy. Perhaps in his new role as Secretary of State for Business he may give more of a pooh. You know who I am Greg.

As I say to anyone who asks (I no longer offer this opinion without provocation on the RIPA subject), I would rather be poor and free, than rich and enslaved.

Go May ... go Rudd ... you are a comical farce in my eyes while you ignore advice from true experts in the pursuit of this nonsense.

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Our man pops the hood on Intel's v4 engine: Broadwell Xeons

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Meh

Re: Ouch

Yep - 8 core sockets is the magic number, which if you go higher will cost you more in Server licence.

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Zuck covers up mic and webcam because sharing isn't always good

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Thumb Up

Re: I actually spy on my camera and mic

@gerdesj "SEWER VLAN" - Inspired.

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PM resigns as Britain votes to leave EU

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A new hope ... for a group of countries not very far away

I wonder whether this vote was as much a message to the political elite (UK and the EU, Brussels in particular), that lack of transparency, effectively showing contempt for the population that they serve, had reached the point where enough was enough.

A resounding clap of thunder/message has been delivered, if they were ever in any doubt.

The markets react to flatulence from any seismic event, and they get over it, eventually. Trump will be the next thing. They also react positively to good news, and good things. Let's create some. Those who continue to bray "we're doomed, it'll be misery forever" need to realise they are in a democracy, and democracy has spoken. Get onboard the train, and play the hand that democracy has dealt.

I am pro-EU, but utterly against Brussels' lack of transparency and accountability. I couldn't convince myself to remain complicit in the status quo political landscape. I helped send the message. Those who will remain in power, both sides of the channel, now have the responsibility of picking up the pieces and building something a lot better than the status quo up to 10pm on June 23rd. With great power comes great responsibility. I sincerely hope the politicians on the new project have an utterly different approach to their work than the lot that fought a bitter, negative referendum campaign on both sides. After many years of disappointment in our political leaders, we felt the need to send this message with the only weapon available to us - our vote.

Now lets get on with the work of building our governments and trading agreements far more openly and transparently than we did prior to yesterday. Opportunity knocks. Lets not be afraid of it.

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Snoopers' Charter 'goes too far' says retired Met assistant commish

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Stop

Tell it like it is ...

... so that non-techies can comprehend how invasive and nasty this legislation is to our fundamental freedoms. Central to all this is the repeated failure of our government to manage the data they are able to retain about us (legally) already. Why should we trust them with more? In the absence of clear evidence of WHY they need it, with the onus on THEM to prove the need - not us to prove they do NOT need it, they should not be given the legal right to monitor us as this legislation demands.

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Fat fibre taxes strangling us – UK broadband providers

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FAIL

Ask the VOA how they calculate BT's rates ...

And it will become clear that BT is treated "differently" because BT doesn't know how many Km of lit fibre it has, or won't admit how much it has ... this is differential taxation, creating an unfair market.

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UK's education system blamed for IT jobs going to non-Brits

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Facepalm

equivalent(Engineer,Architect)

Some self-advertised "Architects" need to read the Ladybird Books before coming into work.

I weep for the abuse of the A word in job titles.

What's often worse, is when "the business" puts the E or A hat on and decides to design a system or outsource a technical service that they don't understand. Same faeces, different day.

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Salesforce slaps UK Enterprise customers with 40% price hike

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It isn't Burger King ...

You don't get it your way. You get it the SFDC way ... or you don't get the dang thing.

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A UK-wide fibre broadband investment plan? Don't ask awkward questions

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WTF?

Denial of own figures

Why does our Gubbermint ignore their own figures on ROI and benefits for infrastructure projects?

HS2 is estimated by the DfT to deliver a benefit ratio of 2.3 to 1. For every £1 spent on HS2, it will return £2.30. The DfT paper is here: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/365065/S_A_1_Economic_case_0.pdf

Right. Providing FTTP to the entire country is estimated to deliver an ROI of approximately £20 for every £1 spent. DCMS commissioned the report here: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/257006/UK_Broadband_Impact_Study_-_Impact_Report_-_Nov_2013_-_Final.pdf

Which project would you do?

Is our gubbermint thick, or do they just ignore information they don't like, or doesn't fit their political agenda?

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I am Craig Wright, inventor of Craig Wright

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Pint

It is definitive ...

Reality is frequently inaccurate.

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UK's 'superfast' broadband is still complete dog toffee, even in London

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Mushroom

FFS - it is NOT fibre.

It is copper.

The exchanges that are FTTC enabled always had fibre. Taking fibre out to the street cabinets does not miraculously change the customer premises equipment from copper to fibre. The CPE is still copper bearer over POTS. I wish the ASA would wake up to this and stop this illusion that we're all getting fibre.

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Fancy £200m? Tell HMRC you'll help them sort their IT out

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WTF?

How many ministers understand IT project risk?

Curious. Who amongst them cryin' ... "risky" is able to understand the risk?

If they'd gone with "one throat to choke" and "greater performance penalties" and better defined "KPIs" then I'd leave them with Fujitsu but they arguably cocked that up. Why not try something new ... and stop bleatin' about risk.

Popcorn, action.

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MIT boffins build AI bot that spots '85 per cent' of hacker invasions

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Holmes

Base rate fallacy ... 85% success

Ignoring the discussion around the training test data ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Base_rate_fallacy

How important is that 15% of missed "events", and what is an "event"?

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Angry Vodafone customers spark Ofcom probe after phone bill overcharge snafu

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WTF?

Which planet?

@1980s_coder Which planet are you on, and which Three are you referring to? Not the one I've been with for 3 years. Best of a dismal bunch, based primarily on price. The "service" is universally poor.

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David Cameron hints at Budget law change to end mobile not-spots

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Once again ...

government missing the point. I travel from Tunbridge Wells to London on the South Eastern railway service mainline. There are 5 locations "not spots" with ZERO signal (all mobile operators), forcing all data and voice comms to be dropped. This is a principal mainline route into London. Do you think this is counted in the 90%?

Thought not.

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RSA awards 7-year infrastructure overhaul deal to Wipro

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Offer cost reductions by ...

... charging so little the bean counter can't resist. I have only had disappointing experiences with Wipro. I've gone back a couple of times, and met the same service levels. They only exist because bean counters look at price before service quality, and aren't held accountable when it all falls down. If we were better at measuring service levels, companies like Wipro would have a much harder time in a free market.

Right now, they're doing very well ... that's down to us repeatedly giving them work, which they do badly, but hey ... it's CHEAP!.

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Sir Michael Lyons tells .uk registry Nominet: Time to grow up

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Facepalm

Poor, poor Nominet behaviour ....

Not everything is about money and power. Oh wait ...

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BT blames 'faulty router' for mega outage. Did they try turning it off and on again?

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Re: Don't believe it

Someone had to press "F1"

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Disgruntled of TW
Joke

Re: Ohh....

@msknight and ummm ... did they try:

"Remember to reinstall Windows as we can't help you diagnose why your internet isn't working until you've done that. My call plan says you have to. You might be using your computer for things we're not aware of, so you have to reinstall it. Really you do."

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Joke

Re: Redundancy?

@Cynical Observer .... 99.9999% uptime as measured over the last 300 seconds. They made 100%, as no outages in the last 300 seconds.

Spin, without the detail. Lies, damn lies ...

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BT scoops £100m network provision deal from the BBC

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WTF?

What's with ...

the phrase "former monopoly"? Their carrier network will backhaul the beeb traffic and we'll all struggle with unreliable FTTC, except for the last 5% of rural folk who will never be offered FTTC from Openreach, cough, BT.

This is a monopoly. There is no other word for it.

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BT dismisses MPs' calls to snap off Openreach as 'wrong-headed'

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Re: I somehow find myself siding with BT on this one

@AC "So, you actually agree with the post that says the situation is the Quango's own making and not Openreach then?"

Yes. Absolutely. Openreach are doing what any self respecting private sector company with a monopoly position would do - maximise profit and retain market dominance.

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Facepalm

Re: I somehow find myself siding with BT on this one

@AC - "deliver faster broadband to as many people as possible for as little money as possible".

If you subscribe to "one chunk of chocolate today, rather than a whole bar tomorrow" then BDUK is what you want. Short sighted. I would have the government think strategically, beyond the next general election, in order to avoid wasting billions on dead end technology. OR owns and operates the network BDUK is funding - we are paying the BT shareholders to build their infrastructure. It has limitations no different to where we came from before FTTC. The fundamental limits of copper bearers have not been removed. FTTC has no future - it is a tactical option, with short term benefit. The technology deployed will not be reusable when inevitably we end up deploying FTTH in the future. Our government and BDUK is in denial by not realising this and thinking far enough ahead.

Scrapping HS2 and using that money to fund FTTH would do it.

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FAIL

Re: I somehow find myself siding with BT on this one

@AC But you skipped over the essential point that the FTTC technology is DEAD END. It cannot be made to deliver what a fibre optic cable can, and will not provide internet to rural areas too far from cabinets. That was one of the primary goals of the BDUK fiasco. The BDUK framework was designed to make FTTC technology be the "only" realistic solution to the problem as formulated by the quango. This made Open Reach the only viable contender, with anyone else not owning last mile copper a competitor in name only.

The only sensible stuff to be rolling out is a fibre optic cable to every household - FTTH not FTTC- but that would decimate the BT Group pension fund, leased line business and PSTN line rental business. There ... I said it out loud. The elephant on the table is flatulent.

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Kent Council cheerily flings about £100m at managed services bods

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FAIL

Re: Figures

@Terry 6 - indeed. A FoI request should produce the business case, showing the savings over the other 2, 3 4, whatever options that were costed. It rarely does, as I experienced with the "commercial confidentiality" screen last time I FoI'd them regarding BT and the BDUK broadband money.

Seeing a good deal of the business case detail would help, as government IT hasn't got a great track record. It's our money after all, and I'm sure there are private sector clever cloggs's out there with time on their hands that could very well donate their knowledge to pointing out the holes in the contracts and saving us from a outsource pong fest. What does KCC have to lose by publicising business case detail? Unless there is something to hide? They should stop treating the public as idiots. Sure there are some, and equally there are clever clogs amongst them that can help.

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Investigatory Powers Bill: A force for good – if done right?

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Re: Yes Minister ...

@JimmyPage and when somebody else drops in some "extra bits" into the hoovered data they have on you, what do you do then?

You have precisely no proof you didn't go there, and they have the logs.

If you weren't monitored "by default" in the first place, this scenario can't happen. Privacy is an individual's right, not a right the government is required to grant, or authorised to take away.

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Mushroom

This is not a Security vs Privacy debate ...

... this is a Liberty vs Control debate. By foregoing a grown up discussion of the benefits of monitoring, we neither validate or reject the business case. We are wasting time considering implementation options with judicial oversight. Hearing those that request these invasive powers repeatedly provide hyperbole such as "we can't tell you, it's national security" is utter nonsense. In the absence of such public proof, and the associated business case our government should not be asking us to give up our privacy to them in this way. Through repeated data security blunders, our government has demonstrated an inability to manage our data safely. They have not earned our trust. Snowdon has provided evidence of how our government has indeed undermined our trust.

Why has Ms May not been held to account for her use of the draconian "because I say so" loopholes in the Telecommunication Act? She is a politician, not a member of the judiciary. Hold her to account.

Benjamin Franklin: "Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."

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The sloth is coming! Quick, get MD5 out of our internet protocols

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Boffin

With a name like PrivaTegrity ...

... it will have O(n!) different licensing mechanisms. I mean seriously ... Priva-what? I'm keen to understand how this will be disseminated and whether profit or control will be evident, and exercised by a select few individuals. It has a name that stinks of commercialism.

Chaum has an impressive cryptography pedigree, with an equally impressive list of patents. Popcorn out, projector on ...

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ICO slaps HIV support group with £250 fine following email blunder

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WTF?

Experian, Equifax and Callcredit

Let the 4% good times roll ... they are all guilty of negligence in maintaining their database, and are not being held to account. They should not be able to sell their database which we clean for them, at our intense discomfort when they cock up. A 100% fail for us when they get it wrong, is a 0.000001% fail for them.

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Electrician cuts wrong wire and downs 25,000 square foot data centre

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Pint

A tale of ALE ...

... to assess risk. The Annualised Loss Expectancy calculation, although rough cut, would have prevented the acceptance of this risk. https://www.langtonblue.com/2015/03/information-security-budget-planning-donkey-tail/

The donkey was not harmed in that article, I am assured.

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Why are only moneymen doing cyber resilience testing?

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Stop

Credentials ...

I'm sorry, but why should we listen to anything Osborne says about information systems security?

It's as if getting voted in suddenly endows politicians with years of experience and knowledge that they didn't have before they won an election.

Get some experts involved, not mouth puppets.

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'Shut down the parts of internet used by Islamic State masterminds'

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Mushroom

Any day now Theresa May will slam home the Snoopers Charter RIPA legislation, without a single shred of additional information on how the data helps track terrorists down. She will use the Paris horror and people's reactions to take away our freedom.

ISIS will be winning the battle if that happens.

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BT's Openreach plots G.fast end-user trials

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FAIL

"Anybody would think they didn't want to provide this service."

@AC - they don't. I called up and asked for FTTP at "any price" and they said "nope - never happening at your exchange". My exchange has had FTTC for 9 months now, so they have the bandwidth, just not the "will" or "desire" for reasons they are not telling anyone.

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IT contractors raise alarm over HMRC mulling 'one-month' nudge onto payrolls

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Facepalm

Disgusted with the Conservatives

We need to wait and see what ridiculous proposition Osborne will propose in the statement.

HOWEVER, in one of my little Ltd companies I spend between £10K and £15K per year on IT equipment and services to build proof of concept infrastructure and educate myself. My clients reap the benefit of this, and pay for it in my day rate/fees. Would this be possible in the new world? Who knows.

Penalising my Ltd company by compelling it to pay PAYE and NI contributions on my client rate makes my investment in my knowledge unaffordable.

If Osborne's intention is to stop small companies from this kind of exercise, the rumours just need to be partially correct. But let's wait and see. There will be time to lobby and scream afterwards. I can't see myself voting Conservative after the debacle with the Snoopers Charter and now this. That means an abstention at the next election as there is nothing worth voting for. I'm a senior Security Consultant and Enterprise Architect. None of my engagements are below 6 months when changing the culture and approach of an organisation. Once changed, I hand the reigns to the guys who keep the lights on. My role changes the lights, once, hopefully.

I have already written to my MP (Greg Clark) warning of the decimation of the IT contracting industry if even some of the rumours are correct.

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