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A unique new gaming battle, The Future Fibre City Clash, giving people in your area the opportunity to play in an exciting cross city FIFA 22 tournament from the comfort and safety of their home opens for registration today.

Gamers across Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, and Leeds will go head-to-head in a FIFA 22 tournament this January for the chance to win a £500 cash prize, as well as a free 6-month Future Fibre and Amazon eero package from TalkTalk - giving the winner the latest full fibre technology.

A digital forensics expert has warned that consumers can do more to prevent cyber criminals from targeting them on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, ahead of a new theatre production by Royal Birmingham Conservatoire challenging the idea that 'if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear'.

Richard Hale, Senior Lecturer in Digital Forensics at Birmingham City University, highlighted web cookies as a common weakness exploited by criminals – and security analysts alike.

A digital forensics expert with significant experience of working with law enforcement and government agencies has suggested that UK consumer reliance on Chinese-made internet devices, such as video doorbells, are creating ‘back doors’ into the country’s national security.

Richard Hale, Senior Lecturer and Course Director of Digital Forensics at Birmingham City University, spoke after the new Head of MI6 Richard Moore warned of China’s “debt traps and data traps” in Moore’s first live broadcast interview last week.

World of Tanks has just dropped a trailer for its eagerly anticipated festive event, Holiday Ops 2022, and it features a true action hero, Arnold Schwarzenegger! For years, the forums and social media have been abuzz of tankers calling for Arnie to come to World of Tanks and while the team are keeping their cards close to their chest, it might just be the community’s dreams are coming true.

The trailer tells the story of Little Johnny and his letter, which had been left undelivered for almost 30 years.

Bookmaker Wiliam Hill today opened its book on the UK being treated to a white Christmas, with prices being assigned to 10 major UK airports. For many of us, snow is synonymous with Christmas - Bing Crosby even dreamt of it - but in the UK, snow or sleet falls an average of 3.5 days in December, with the MET Office able to accurately forecast whether snow is likely on any given Christmas Day up to five days beforehand.