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What does NTK mean?
- Need To Know
- Need To Know, also known as NTK, was an email newsletter, published late on Fridays, written by former Wired journalist and Irish Times columnist Danny O'Brien and former Wired and Future journalist Dave Green. NTK was published weekly from 1997 until 2004, when it moved to fortnightly publication. From May 2005 until July 2006 it continued on a monthly schedule, though it often ran late; the final newsletter on the website is a "MiniNTK" dated 8 January 2007. The newsletter billed itself as "the weekly tech update for the UK" and presented the highlights of the week's happenings in the IT, blogosphere and general Internet community. NTK frequently concentrated on British issues, such as UK legislation like the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act and the UK Campaign for Digital Rights. It has also looked at less-weighty matters such as confectionery and nudity in films. It took an irreverent tone similar to the later The Register and the earlier Private Eye and Viz. The original manifesto for NTK, showing its Special Projects origins, suggests the intent of the publication while attracting the target demographic.