Brand new key

Parents at schools in Suffolk recently received an interesting piece of correspondence about an exciting initiative called ‘Suffolk SAFEKey‘, offered by Suffolk Police. For as little as £1 a month, subscribers to the service receive a special key fob with a reference number on it. Once registered, if the keys are lost, the person can use […]

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Less than ideal

Last week, Stephen Lee, an academic and former fundraiser was reported as having attacked the Information Commissioner’s Office for their interpretation of direct marketing at a fundraising conference. It was, he said “outrageous” that the Commissioner’s direct marketing guidance stated that any advertising or marketing material that promoted the aims and ideals of a not-for-profit […]

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The Bad Samaritan

The Samaritans have launched a new tool for the persecution of the vulnerable… Sorry, a nannyish attempt to spy on your friends, No, I mean, they’re trying to use technology to do what real friends would be doing anyway…. I’ll try this again. There’s this app they have. You’ve probably heard of it; it runs […]

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Goodbye Blogger

I have three inflammatory blog posts on the go at the moment and for various reasons I either cannot finish them or cannot post them (if you know me, you will be able to guess why not). So in the meantime, I have decided to jump on the bandwagon leaving Blogger in droves because of […]

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