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Cardiff & Vale University Health Board patients watch Gareth Bale in the Champions League final at their bedside

Communications and IT provider Daisy Group is helping to ensure that thousands of Welsh hospital patients are able to watch the Champions League final at their bedside.

Free internet access points at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board will ensure that no-one misses out on European football’s end-of-season showpiece.

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Retailers criticised for Wi-Fi tracking activities

This week it emerged that a number of major retail chains, including Marks & Spencer, have begun trialling systems which allow them to keep tabs on customers as they move through bricks and mortar stores, building up a better picture of shopping habits in the process. But privacy campaigners argue that more should be done to alert people to the fact that such activities are taking place, rather than leaving them in the dark, according to the Telegraph.
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Transport for London to track passenger movement through Wi-Fi

The spread of free Wi-Fi across London’s Tube network has been picking up pace and providing commuters with a means of staying connected while they are travelling to and from work. And now Transport for London has revealed new plans to take advantage of this growing coverage, to get a better idea of how people move through stations, according to the Telegraph.
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