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In the first quarter of 2013, 326,000 Brits went online for the very first time. However, according to new figures released by the UK's Office for National Statistics, more than seven million adults in the country have never used the... >>
In an attempt to curb its country's rising cyber crime problem the British Government has committed millions from its cyber security fund to boosting law enforcement resources.... >>
Access to a wider universe of suppliers coupled with the ability to compare products and prices has driven the popularity of online shopping in Europe, particularly among U.K. shoppers, according to new research from the U.K. European Consumer Centre (UK... >>
After an investigation into the use of behavioral data for tailored online ads and pricing, the U.K.'s Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is trying to hurry through a method of identifying such ads to consumers. ... >>
The popularity of online shopping is continuing to grow rapidly, with the majority of the British population aged 15 and over shopping online. Such are the findings of a recent IMRG report.... >>
One in four people are looking to spend less on their holidays by as much as 50% this year, with more Brits flocking online to get the best deals, according to new research. ... >>
The U.K. online travel market is holding its own in tough economic times and travel research firm PhoCusWright's latest European travel industry overview projects a rise in online bookings this year. ... >>
Ryanair, the Irish low-cost airline currently hitting the headlines for entertaining the possibility of a 'fat tax' on overweight passengers, has come bottom of Webcredible's latest annual Flights Online Report.... >>
It's never too soon to start contemplating Christmas, and where better to start than looking at some online spend predictions for the coming year. A recent survey from British e-business consultancy Logan Tod is forecasting that consumers in the U.K.... >>
Many e-commerce websites in the U.K. have improved accessibility, found Webcredible's follow-up to last year's report, but some are doing worse than last year. ... >>
Over 500 UK-based retailers’ websites were examined for the Office of Fair Trading’s latest web sweep, as they sought to identify websites not upholding their regulations and continued to raise awareness among online retailers.... >>
Consumers in the U.K have already started their online Christmas shopping and traffic is up on October, according to a recent survey from comScore.... >>
Google’s Q3 advertising revenue, in the U.K., has overtaken that of a major British commercial television company.... >>
Online advertising in the U.K. is significantly more developed than in any other European country reveals a new eMarketer report.... >>
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