The Telegraph

Child pornography

UK advisor Patrick Rock arrested over child porn allegations

Patrick Rock, an advisor to UK Prime Minister David Cameron and one of the pioneers of the country's Internet filtering program, was arrested for allegedly possessing child pornography.

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Blinkx

Blackrock raises stake in UK Internet media firm Blinkx to 13pct

New York, US-based investment management firm Blackrock raised its stake in UK-based Internet media firm Blinkx to 13% amid allegations that the latter was using adware to boost its revenues.

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Gojimo

London entrepreneur secures $1M to fund educational app Gojimo

London-based entrepreneur George Burgess secured $1 million (£604,000) in funding for the next project to develop a mobile app called Gojimo that helps high school students pass their exams.

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Facebook

Digital assets should be part of our wills -study

Social media accounts and internet downloads should be considered part of a person's estate and be included in wills to be handed down as inheritance.

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Lloyds Banking Group

UK government could sell off remaining Lloyds stake in 2014 -sources

The UK government could sell off its remaining 33% stake in Lloyds Banking Group next year to complete the privatization of the lender, according to sources familiar with the process.

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Press Association

UK's Press Association sells weather business for £160M

PA Group, the parent company of UK's national news agency Press Association, is to sell its weather unit MeteoGroup to private equity group General Atlantic in a deal valued at £160 million (€190 million).

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Oxford Instruments

Belfast's Andor finally agrees to £176M Oxford Instruments takeover

Belfast-based scientific camera maker Andor Technology has finally agreed to a GBP176 million takeover bid from Oxford Instruments after five months of stalemate between the two firms.

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King

UK mobile games maker King delays IPO due to Candy Crush surge

UK-based mobile game maker King has delayed its initial public offering (IPO) until 2014 amid fears that its flagship game, Candy Crush Saga, is just a "one hit wonder," said UK-based newspaper.

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