At Keep Me Posted we have occasionally bristled at the claims of those determined to impose the digital revolution on everyone, come what may, that all will be well when today’s elderly generation
The full scale of online banking fraud was revealed at the weekend by Financial Fraud Action UK. It rose 50% on the previous year to £60 million in 2014.
I was heartened today to learn that farmers were to be allowed to submit their applications to claim their annual subsidies from the EU on a paper form.
At Keep Me Posted we’ve known for some time that the move towards digital financial services can create new barriers for those
I’ve only just got round to reading the final report from IpsosMORI and the BBC about the changing face of media literacy.
Living in the country, as I do, and being a member of the British Wool Marketing Board, which I am, I sympathise hugely with farmers who it seems are beset on all sides – supermarkets driving down
Two different telephone firms have been at it again – migrating people to online services without asking permission, then insisting the poor consumer coughs up cash for keeping wh
Picture shows Michelle Highman, chief executive of The Money Charity, with John Thurso MP, both panellists at the launch of the Keep Me Posted r