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WikiLeaks spaffs files showing NSA spied on French presidents

Cheese-eating surrender monkeys call emergency meeting

Singapore netizens slap silks for copyright bullying

Internet Society Sg takes aim at Dallas Buyers Club letters

Feds count Cryptowall cost: $18 million says FBI

Bad news Oz: you may have lost even more

RubyGems slings patch at nasty redirect trojan holes

Could affect millions

Kiwis to farewell 'global mode' browsing

TV broadcasters build crumbling wall around New Zealand

Triple glitch grounds ALL aircraft in New Zealand

Radar and comms failure pushes Welly to manual

Google to take another shot at a free Wi-Fi business

Chocolate Factory takes a trip in the self-driving DeLorean

Understanding the network energy efficiency challenge

Dr Kerry Hinton ticks off seven key energy-saving techs for El Reg

Raising a stink in court: Innocent poo banditry warehousers win $2.2m

Employer DNA demand evidently not the dung thing

Dell lobs more irons into the hyperconverged market fire

More Xeon in less space

Wind River VxWorks patches some TCP sequence spoofing bugs

1995 called, wants its vulnerability back

Killer ChAraCter HOSES almost all versions of Reader, Windows

Google Project Zero bod drops 15 remote code execution holes

Three-way EU Big Data privacy wrestling match kicks off

Euro Parl, Commish, EU countries slip on singlets

AMD: We're not splitting our gfx and servers biz, ignore all the rumours

Firm dismisses break-up or sale talk but something's got to give

Blurred lines, as consumer tech swallows delivery of BIG IT

Nice devices, now speak 'enterprise' to me

Pure Storage snatches chief marketeer from rival EMC

Latest boardroom trophy hire brings AFA vendor more corporate cachet

Do svidaniya to public record as Russia passes NEED to be forgotten bill

Parliamentary lower house pushes it through, no worries

Delphix gets a pat on the back in Gartner's latest tea leaves reading

Hopeful Actifio also receives kind words in Magic Quadrant

Facebook dunks Instagram in new search filter sheep dip

Photo-sharing service comes up smelling of Zuck, seeking ad cash

Online gov services are mostly time-wasting duplicates, says EU

Mystery shoppers find "life events" a challenge on the move

Hey, Sand Hill Exchange. Shouting 'blockchain!' won't stop the Feds

Worstall on WednesdayInnovation meets the law, comes a distant second

Wake up, sheeple! If you ask Siri about 9/11 it will rat you out to the police!

Also, shill scientists refuse to research whether jet fuel can melt steel beams

Login creds for US agencies found scrawled on the web's toilet walls

Poor security practices and lack of 2FA responsible for leakiness, says report

Indiana Jones whips Bond in greatest movie character poll

While Walter White tops TV rankings...

Speaking in Tech: Apple crumbles to Taylor Swift. Let the disruption begin

PodcastAnd while we’re at it, why do music labels still even exist?

BT hit by data centre fire: Some ISPs just love watching the net BURN

UpdateBelfast blaze takes down public transport, police ombudsman's sites

$125m VC war chest awaits NTT Com Security's outgoing boss

‘Unique challenges in Europe in the post-Snowden era’

First Microsoft, now IBM: Box deals are coming thick and fast

Integration of technology and cloudy moves prompt action

Whoops, there goes my data! Hold onto your privates in the Dropbox era

Shake off your sluggishness and learn to live with shadow IT

Verizon outage borks phones, TVs, internet for hapless East Coast folk

UpdateAnd the phone outage means you can't even connect to 911! Imagine that

10 things you need to avoid SNAFUs in your data centre

You won't believe No.8 (OK, you will)

CIA-funded spy data safe Palantir doubles in value in 18 months

Good times in spookland as biz gains $20bn valuation for latest funding round

Copy Data Management: What it is and why you might need it

A giant step for data protection, says Trevor Pott

Ex-Microsoft chief rolls elastic-SQL challenge to Amazon Redshift

Snowflake's Muglia hopes to storm the cloud

Where's the Network Services framework at? Uh, dunno, says UK.gov

Delayed £2bn procurement structure now in its 42nd week

EU threesome promises good times for data protection reform

Negotiations rule out dropping personal data protection below mid-1990s level. Phew!

Man in India claims his new iPhone 6 combusted in his car

We knew Apple's mobe was hot in Asia, but this is ridiculous

Tesla says Model 3 is still on schedule, despite being delayed again

2016 becomes 2017 becomes 2018

Samsung caught disabling Windows Update to run its own bloatware

UpdatedWho cares about your security? There's hardware to coddle

Privacy advocates descend on proposed domain name change

Public comment period swamped over "commercial" site rules

Docker and Microsoft unite Windows and Linux in the cloud

DockerCon 2015Redmond demos cross-platform containerized apps

Microsoft releases free Office apps for half of all Android phones

Word, Excel, and PowerPoint up for grabs

Juniper pals up with Ruckus Wireless, targets Cisco (again)

Aruba? Never heard of 'em

Docker shocker: It's got a commercial product, and is ready to SELL IT

DockerCon 2015Look, ma, we're a real business now

Oz politicians SUCK at drafting trade agreements

Productivity Commission blasts TPP-style negotiations while US passes 'fast-track' bill

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