BBC Click is one of the most popular television program viewed by millions of people around the world, over the Interent.
BBC Click is a weekly television program aired on the British broadcasting Corporation channel. Encompassing all the recent developments and relevant news, the program is a precise briefing of the consumer technology world. You can watch BBC Click online as the program is aired online and is absolutely free of cost for viewers.
Presented by the very famous Spencer Kelly, the program has 3 editions. The first is aired in BBC News for the UK audiences and the second in BBC World News for the global audience. The last 15minutes version is aired both in BBC news and BBC One during the BBC Breakfast that comes only in the weekends.
Presently presented by Spencer Kelly, the program was previously presented by Stephen Code who currently works for Al Jazeera International. Kelly had been a producer and reporter for shows like the Gadget Show, telecasted on Channel 5.
After Cole, Rob Freeman took the charge and was responsible for the Webscape segment. Though presently, he is working as an executive answering the technical questions of the viewers, he is the last on-screen member of the original team of Click Online.
When Click aired a special episode that highlighted the hazards of bonets and the chances of getting caught easily in one, it created quite a bit of controversy. The program bought controls of over 20,000 infected systems for only a few thousand US dollars from some Russian hacker and fro sending them spam. Post the making of the show, a software was sent to the PCs on the bonet to get rid of the malware installed with a warning note for the users narrating the fact.
This called for a mixed reaction as many people sent emails to the show both in favor and against it with some added negative press.