The Icon Bar Technology news and views Drag'n'Drop Spring 2018 edition released GDPR and RISC OS You may have been receiving quite a few emails recently related to GDPR. This is a new set of rules which into effect across the whole EU and impacts anyone who holds individual data. Companies now need to be much more careful on what data they hold on you and have your permission to hold it. You also have a right to ask Companies to forget you and delete any emails which include you. Messenger Pro reaches release 8 A surprise (but very welcome) release at Wakefield was a new release of the perennial RISC OS client, Messenger Pro. In his talk, Andrew Rawnsley said that R-CompInfo had brought forward the update as the code needed some reworking to ensure it worked with RISC OS 5.24 - we are not complaining. RISC OS 5.24 arrives Wakefield saw the official release of RISC OS 5.24 - we saw 5.22 in 2015 so there have been just a few changes since then (total of 708 changes and 21 main ones). Several key bounties have delivered major new features. Power Switching a RaspberryPi Chris Hall has been trying to make the most of power for a RISC OS based RaspberryPi for his GPS system. In his guest post , he lifts the lid on how he does this... April News Round-up Some things we noticed this month. What did you see? Wakefield 2018 Show Report It was a glorious sunny day in Wakefield and a very upbeat RISC OS show with lots of interesting hardware and software. You can see some show pictures, and here are my show notes if you were not able to attend. Any mistake/omissions are mine. Wakefield 2018 show in pIctures Take a walk around the Wakefield 2018 with us.... New edition of Archive lands on my doorstep... Wakefield 2018 Show Preview