The British public does not trust online demands for personal information even from government. A survey out today shows that only 37% of the public are happy to provide personal information to government. And it’s less for banks and shops: 34% and 30% respectively. The figures also show how Internet access is unequal by class
There is only one mention of the creative industries in the Red Book accompanying this week’s Budget. Only one, for an industry which generates £70,000 a minute for the UK economy. Only one, for an industry which employs 1.5 million people. Only one, for an industry which accounts for 10% of UK exports. Only one.
26 students of the University of East London (UEL) are taking the Professional Publishers Association (PPA) Professional Certificate this year. That’s up from 5 last year. I’m running it. That’s brownie points for me at UEL. But more important for the students it is a bonus in their CVs and for the university it is