Rhiannon Williams, i newspaper

Rhiannon Williams

i newspaper

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Rhiannon:

Selena Gomez has switched off from the internet, if only we all had that privilege

The UK’s digital divide has worsened over the past two years of Covid restrictions → Read More

Apple announces new 5G iPhone SE, iPad Air with M1 chip and Mac Studio desktop

Apple has announced a new low-cost 5G iPhone, a super-powered iPad and new desktop system called Mac Studio → Read More

Anonymous hacking group troll Russia with meme on military radio broadcast

The group claims to have intercepted Russian military radio frequencies → Read More

Social robots help entertain and soothe kids undergoing treatment at Sheffield Children’s Hospital

'I saw kids who were reserved and quiet come around within five minutes of Pepper or MiRo being in the room with them' → Read More

Major internet service provider Cogent pulls connectivity in Russia amid Vladimir Putin’s Ukraine invasion

Internet service provider Cogent told its customers in Russia it was withdrawing its services from the country on Friday → Read More

Ukraine Airbnbs are being booked out to support hosts as company suspends Russia and Belarus operations

'I would encourage anyone who would like to help in a small way to do this, as this way the money goes directly to an individual' → Read More

Hackers sanctioned by Ukrainian government target Russia’s railways and power grid with cyber attacks

Government minister tweets a request for an 'IT army... to fight on the cyber front' → Read More

Ukraine war: NHS urges hospitals to reinforce cyber security and supply chains against potential Russia attack

Health service urged to be on guard against cyber terrorism → Read More

YouTube blocks channels linked to Russian state-backed outlets RT and Sputnik after Ukraine invasion

The video platform has joined Twitter, Facebook and Instagram in restricting access to the Russian media groups' pages → Read More

Ukraine appeals to its hacker community to defend against Russian cyber attacks

Ukraine has appealed to its hacker community to help defend the country from an increasing volume of Russian-linked cyber attacks → Read More

Ukraine battered by internet outages and cyber attacks ‘unambiguously’ connected with Russia after invasion

Cyber attacks on Ukraine's government websites and public authorities have intensified, as internet access drops in the city of Kharkiv → Read More

Ofcom plans crackdown on 'number spoofing' phone fraud that targets millions of victims a year

Around 45 million people in the UK received scam calls or texts over just three months last summer, with criminals pretending to be genuine individuals or organisations → Read More

AI tutor outperforms human experts in training medical students to remove brain tumours

the Virtual Operative Assistant sent personalised feedback to its students via a machine learning algorithm to teach them safe surgical techniques → Read More

AI cannot copyright a digital art it creates, rules US Copyright Office in case of Creativity Machine

Dr Steven Thaler invented a system that can make art - but it can't own the rights to the work because it isn't human → Read More

Public should not be cowering in bunkers over fear of Russian cyberattack, says former Government cyber head

Ciaran Martin, chief executive of the NCSC between 2016 and 2020, believes there is a significant amount of fear, uncertainty and doubt around cybersecurity → Read More

Nick Clegg promoted to Meta's president of global affairs as Mark Zuckerberg takes step back

Mark Zuckerberg said he 'can't think of anyone better placed' to 'help shape the future of internet policy' than the former Lib Dem leader → Read More

Social tariffs: Millions of low-income families unaware they could save £144 a year on broadband bills

More than 4m low-income households in the UK are entitled to cheaper broadband packages but takeup remains incredibly low, Ofcom has said → Read More

Valentines Day: Online romance fraud nearing an 'industrial scale' as criminals embrace deepfake technology

Nearly 9,000 victims of dating scams reported being targeted to police last year and lost a total of 97.2m, figures show → Read More

Valentines Day 2022: 'I was tricked out of £113,000 by romance fraudsters, now I'm facing financial ruin'

Rachel Elwell is fighting to repay her creditors after falling victim to a sophisticated dating scam → Read More

Joe Rogan row: 'Streaming giants like Spotify must tackle anti-vax misinformation or face tougher rules'

Labour digital spokeswoman Lucy Powell calls for action as musicians pull music from Spotify over Covid-19 conspiracy theories on podcaster's show → Read More