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US, UK watchdogs file legal moves to curb government surveillance

Privacy protectors petition Supreme Court, UK tribunal to rein in NSA, GCHQ

SUSE Linux tunes up for latest iron with SP 3

Updates to virty machines and their hypervisors, too

Singaporean 'net rules rile giants

Voices raised against Website licensing

Snowden's Australian 'revelations' are old news

Details of Oz NSA presence were documented ages ago

HP storage: more possible backdoors

LeftHand, StoreVirtual remote reset suggests factory account

India's centralised snooping system facing big delays

Central Monitoring System lacks algorithms, database and data

UK Post Office admits false accusations after computer system cockup

Bleak Horizon led to jail time for some

Boffins blast briny boat balloon bid as 'gross waste of helium'

Greedy daredevil set to use about 0.01% of annual space+science consumption

Put up your ... err ... hand for free vasectomy streamed online

If you're willing to have a film Director say “Cut!”, the op will be free

Android sig vuln exploit SEEN IN THE WILD

Tiny script is a big headache

Seoul to train 5,000 infosec pros

South Korea employs just 200 today despite ongoing NORKS attacks

OFFICIAL: Humans will only tolerate robots as helpful SLAVES

Butlers, maids, servants, nurses etc. Assassins or police, not so much

Apple: Ta for blowing £££s on apps, fanbois. Now we've set them FREE

Woz still waiting for Cupertino idiot-tax giant's next tech breakthrough

Hack biz rivals or hire cyber-warriors and we'll shut you down, warns EU

Behave on the interwebs, or we'll, er, wind you up

EMC gobbles access-control biz Aveksa? Computer says... yes

Welcome to the storage borg

Seven snazzy smartphones for seven sorts of shoppers

Product Round-upHow to pick the high-end handset that’s right for you

Emergency alert system easily pwnable after epic ZOMBIE attack prank

Private crypto keys found in firmware - where were their BRRAAAIINNNS?

VCs add Scality to give-'em-cash list: We liked it, put a RING on it

Scale-up money for object storage upstart

Radar gremlins GROUND FLIGHTS across southern Blighty

We're all going on a summer holi- oh wait, no we're not

Staggering disk biz Overland heads for Nasdaq exit …. again

Former tape king to appeal (again) after juuuust missing $35m target

Italy scores in SPAAACE: ESA 'naut Parmitano pops out for walk

6 hours to juice Nauka, fix dodgy bits, grab experiments, snap AMS-02 and more

Quantum: You know how EVERYONE's moved to the cloud? Yep... us too.

Doesn't anyone flog hardware anymore?

Universities teach us a thing or two about BYOD

Students test the network

Microsoft: Still using Office installed on a PC? Gosh, you squares

Redmond teases cloud 'upgrade', but it's all fur coat and...

Microsoft preps UK Surface Pro 'pilot', tiptoes around Win 8 OEM rivals

It's only a test, mind, other devices 'equally as good' - will hit Blighty by Sept

Look, can we just forget about Snowden for sec... US-China cyber talks held

Quit playing the victim, communists tell Uncle Sam's finest

Amazon admins get access controls for compute and database

Need to keep devs' fingers out of production's cloud?

Sleek Nokia Lumia details EXPOSED ahead of Thursday's disrobing

Crikey, get a load of those bulging assets

Barnes & Noble chief walks as Nook ereader stumbles

Lynch leaves after ereader division sales drop 34%

Jelly Bean finally overtakes Gingerbread in Android share

Google faces long tail of outdated OS users

Asigra's Google Apps backup calms paranoid CIOs

We always thought the cloud meant you didn't need to back up...

France's 'three strikes' anti-piracy law shot down

Fines only for internet copyright infringers from now on

Apple surrenders in 'app store' trademark suit against Amazon

'Doesn't matter, customers know the difference anyway'

Xen hypervisor gets tech preview support for ARM processors

Red Hat's KVM has not won all hearts and minds – yet

Microsoft splurges on single sign ons with Active Directory update

One identity manager to rule them all, one directory to bind them

NASA outlines 2020 plans for Mars life search with Curiosity v2.0

Plans cache of drilling samples for return to Earth

Industry doubts schools’ ability to teach Digital Tech curriculum

Reg Freedom of Information probe shows teachers say plan is Comp Sci-heavy

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