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Man looks into his cellphone/mobile - which looks back at him

Is your smart device a bit thick? It's about to get a lot worse

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Don't trust consumers with their own data

Repairman in orange overalls threateningly wields tape measure

BOFH: Their bright orange plumage warns other species, 'Back off! I'm dangerous!'

Episode 9 It's for your own Health and Safety

Bank vault

Police block roads to stop tech support chap 'robbing a bank'

On-Call Sirens blared, roads were blocked, and sheepish grins were eventually grinned

Max Schrems

Max Schrems is back: Facebook, Google hit with GDPR complaint

'Forced consent' is no consent, state legal challenges

Epyc fail? We can defeat AMD's virtual machine encryption, say boffins

Evil hypervisors can lift plaintext info out of ciphered memory, it is claimed

Starbucks site slurped, Comcast keys clocked, mad Mac Monero mining malware and much more

Roundup Some security bites for the long weekend

Overhyping AI doctors, language translation goes open source, and new jobs on the cards

Roundup And more!

Apple will start coughing up government app takedown demand stats

But applications the iGiant removes on its own won't be included

America's comms watchdog takes on the internet era's real criminals: Pirate pastors

And helps cable industry tackle scourge of streaming boxes

Facebook's democracy salvage effort tilts scale in Mississippi primary

Political ad rules come at a bad time for some politicians

IBM's Watson Health wing left looking poorly after 'massive' layoffs

Up to 70% of staff shown the door this week, insiders claim

Epyc fail? We can defeat AMD's virtual machine encryption, say boffins

Evil hypervisors can lift plaintext info out of ciphered memory, it is claimed

Remember that $5,000 you spent on Tesla's Autopilot and then sued when it didn't deliver? We have good news...

You get $20

International Maritime Organisation turns salty gaze on regulating robotic shipping

Who needs navigational aids on a self-driving tanker anyway?

GDPRmageddon: They think it's all over! Protip, it has only just begun

After months of hysteria, firms sure have their work cut out

Toaster oven-sized boffin box bound for Mars to search for life

NASA hitches a ride on ESA's red planet trundle wagon

The great wearables myth busted: Apps never, ever mattered

Analysis Garmin grabs No.2 smartwatch spot

Unclip your pager and bag from your belt: We need to make room for a battery-powered 1TB HD

Only works with HTC's VR headsets and mobes, sadly

Max Schrems is back: Facebook, Google hit with GDPR complaint

'Forced consent' is no consent, state legal challenges

You've heard that pop will eat itself. Boffins have unveiled a rocket that does the same

Can u dig it? If you want to launch a single cubesat, you most certainly will

Android daddy Andy Rubin's Essential axes handset, is 'actively shopping itself' – report

Going cheap: smartphone startup with big ambitions

BOFH: Their bright orange plumage warns other species, 'Back off! I'm dangerous!'

Episode 9 It's for your own Health and Safety

MPs slam UK.gov's 'unacceptable' hoarding of custody images

Keeping innocent mugs on file is unethical – tech committee

Is your smart device a bit thick? It's about to get a lot worse

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Don't trust consumers with their own data

UK Home Office's £885m crim records digi effort: A 'masterclass in incompetence'

Watchdog not happy with Emergency Services Network, either

US websites block netizens in Europe: Why are they ghosting EU? It's not you, it's GDPR

Because two years wasn't enough time to prepare

Can't pay Information Commissioner's fine? No problem! Just liquidate your firm

UK data protection watchdog has a 54% cash recovery rate

It's hip to be Square: Twitter founder Jack Dorsey's other firm targets White Van Man

Profile We speak to the ex-Apple hardware guru taking on banks and PayPal

Police block roads to stop tech support chap 'robbing a bank'

On-Call Sirens blared, roads were blocked, and sheepish grins were eventually grinned

Welcome to your sci-fi dystopia: Sonic firewalls to crumble inaudible ad-tracking phone cookies

Ultrasonic packets of data to and from your handheld killed

Cisco admins: Hold that IOS XR update while you get new firmware

Old components brick NCS 6000 cards after OS upgrade

Tufts boffins track device location without GPS or towers

Because everybody wants better tracking, right?

Electron patches patch after security researcher bypassed said patch

January's fix for software toolkit had blacklist flaw, now fixed

Zimmerman and friends: 'Are you listening? PGP is not broken'

EFAIL furore not over yet, even though it's easy to fix

Uber robo-ride's deadly crash: Self-driving car had emergency braking switched off by design

It's to avoid 'erratic vehicle behavior', says taxi app maker

Samsung loses (again) to Apple in patent battle (again). This time to the tune of a mere $539m

정말 짜증난다!

As Tesla hits speed bump after speed bump, Elon Musk loses his mind in anti-media rant

He hates unions, journalists, regulators, accountability and, apparently, the color yellow

Comet 67P's cute rubber duck shape perfect for causing eruptions

When sunlight hits the comet, gas and dust sublime

Trio indicted after police SWAT prank call leads to cops killing bloke

Three men charged over 2017 hoax hostage situation that had a tragic end

New Facebook political ad rules: Now you must prove your ID before undermining democracy

The horse is a speck on the horizon – but at least the barn door now has a bolt on it

FBI agents take aim at VPNFilter botnet, point finger at Russia, yell 'national security threat'

Feds warn admins malware is rather tough to destroy

You know that silly fear about Alexa recording everything and leaking it online? It just happened

Updated US pair's private chat sent to coworker by AI bug

Ongoing game of Galileo chicken goes up a notch as the UK talks refunds

Clauses to the left, clauses to right and here we are, stuck in the middle with EU

Brit doctors surgery fined £35k over medical data fumble

Left patient records, prescriptions in former surgery premises for 18 months

Mobile app devs have, oh, about 9 hours left to decide whether to stay on Google's ad platform

GDPR is their problem apparently

AI and robotics legend Joanna Bryson to kick off MCubed

Events Sceptical trailblazer to deliver keynote at our ML and AI fest

Microsoft patches problematic OS to deal with SSD woes

Finally, some good Windows 10 news

UK's spy auditor: What should we ask when reviewing super-slurp warrants?

Assessing applications for comms-snooping apparatus

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