• Bloody good question. Rape is one of the most serious crimes but his leaks could easily have lead to murder and torture of under cover people.

    I’m glad I don’t have to decide.

  • Be aware you may not have been hacked at this point, but a similar email address with your name attached is being used and sent to your contacts. I saw quite a bit of this a few years ago. However it may be a hack – you need to look carefully at the headers of the message your friend has received. Regardless as a precaution change your password…[Read more]

  • Thanks for the correction. On the upside leaflet drops are much less effective and they don’t have to know anything about a person, it is a whole street thing rather than targeted. If they rely that much on targeting their user base, then wouldn’t these people appreciate the advertising and as such opt-in for future adverts?

    It is great that it…[Read more]

  • You might get less spam due to WHOIS information but bear in mind that unless you are wise enough to publish your business address on your website a lot of us are unlikely to get involved in buying anything off you.

  • I think it is great news, businesses can only keep information on you if you agree and they have a valid business reason. To send advertising to, doesn’t appear to be a good enough reason. It effects big business more than little business, as most little businesses don’t hold much information on people.

    I have done some work around a membership…[Read more]

  • I don’t think you can judge the efficiency until you get the report through and identify the number of errors which bear no relation to what is said…..

    And then add the appeal and tribunal time on too.

    I hope your client doesn’t have these issues of course but it seems to me that the whole PIP situation is so ridiculous but I imagine on paper…

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  • It is often bandied about online that the private sector is more efficient at providing public services than the public sector. Well today I accompanied a client for a Personal Independence Payment interview, she had to travel 15 miles to a centre, for a nine o’clock appointment (had she been late by more than ten minutes the interview would not…[Read more]

  • I absolutely hate Xero, it looks easy to use but I find it almost impossible in lots of ways. It has some good features but it drives me insane much more than I praise it. Quickbooks Online is my choice of software, it’s doesn’t look as sexy as Xero, but it’s much more stable in my (very experienced) opinion. Xero spend something like 6 times as…[Read more]

  • Hi there,

    Owing to recent family events and my fathers wishes, we have a vintage Rolex for sale. So far we have had 3 dealers contact us expressing their interest and to be fair, their offers are similar.

    However, my issue is the prices I have seen some of these watches up for on the open market both privately and through specialists v’s the…[Read more]

  • Firstly go to a doctor to check its osteoarthritis as other types need to be treated to prevent more damage to joints.
    If it’s normal wear and tear my knee specialist told me not to do any exercise while there was swelling as any fluid in the joint means the joint is far more vulnerable to further damage. Basically get rid is swelling by rest and…[Read more]