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Cyber crime has more than trebled in West Yorkshire in the past two years, the YEP can reveal, as West Yorkshire’s Chief Constable warns “we are all targets” if we use the internet.

New figures, uncovered in a YEP investigation, show that since 2014/15, reports of cyber crime have risen from 979 to 2,988, with the biggest spike being in the year to March 2016.

The 205 per cent rise comes as the force reveals children as young as 12 are being sucked into serious internet crime, often through online gaming.

We are delighted that Leeds Central Library will be hosting a conversation with Rod Dixon (Artistic Director of Red Ladder Theatre Company) and Kevin Fegan (writer of the stage production THE SHED CREW ) plus special guests.

Rod and Kevin will be discussing the subjects and wider issues depicted in the play, and there will be the opportunity for the audience to ask Rod and Kevin questions.

Kevin formed a close relationship with Bernard Hare (author of Urban Grimshaw and The Shed Crew ), and his playscript has been inspired by Bernard’s original memoir, set in 1990s Leeds in the area of East End Park.

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The place of radar in the larger story of science and technology is argued differently by different authors. On the one hand, radar contributed very little to theory, which was largely known since the days of Maxwell and Hertz. Therefore, radar did not advance science, but was simply a matter of technology and engineering. Maurice Ponte, one of the developers of radar in France, states:

The fundamental principle of the radar belongs to the common patrimony of the physicists; after all, what is left to the real credit of the technicians is measured by the effective realisation of operational materials. [3]

But others point out the immense practical consequences of the development of radar. Far more than the atomic bomb, radar contributed to the Allied victory in World War II. [4] Robert Buderi [5] states that it was also the precursor of much modern technology. From a review of his book: