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Facebook fails to block NY DA's fat warrants for profiles of suspected September 11 fraudsters

All your user data belongs to them over there

Canucks: Hey, Big Dog Telcos. Share that fiber with the little guys, eh?

Canadian government says top ISPs have to share the broadband love

Intelsat to FCC: For the love of satellites, STOP ELON MUSK!

Claims SpaceX boss's birds could interfere with its own

Microsoft joins attack on 'non-consensual pornography'

Offers erasure of revenge smut selfies from Bing, Xbox, OneDrive

Chinese IT spending with western firms goes OVER A CLIFF

IBM, EMC, VMware, Microsoft and even Apple struggle in the middle kingdom

Sony eyes enterprise drone biz as next big little thing

A million and a half into Aerosense J/V with ZMP

Regulator okays Optus exit from HFC network

Asset transfer to NBN gets provisional approval

Jeep hackers broke DMCA, says EFF, and that's stupid

Security by obscurity never works

OpenSSH server open to almost unlimited password-guessing bug

Six password attempts? How about 10,000?

Microsoft launches Advanced Threat Analytics

Pitch: Bust up the 200 day-long hacker party.

Cheaper broadband will slow NBN adoption, says Turnbull

Carrier club SLAMS Comms department's submission to ACCC wholesale price caper

Hacking Team had RATted on Android: Trend Micro

Android had been p0wned from Ice Creams to Jelly Beans

Cloudy VMs leak ID details that could allow attacks, says researcher

Hot chips and other kit produce artefacts that let bad guys indentify and isolate VMs

Universal Pictures finds pirated Jurassic World on own localhost, fires off a DMCA takedown

There's no place like 127.0.0.1

Cisco exits set-top box biz, sheds US$1.8bn of revenue

Technicolor flings €550 million to pick up Borg's Connected Devices Division

Flash zero-day monster Angler dominates exploit kit crime market

If only you could buy shares

Even Microsoft thinks Outlook is bloated and slow

Redmond reveals slimmer, faster 'Send' email app for the old in-out

Ad rivals whimper: Hey Commish, we've 'ad it up to here with ad giant Google

File a formal complaint guys, or move on

Cyber poltergeist threat discovered in Internet of Stuff hubs

Hackers can turn your home into an unintentional rave – and there's nowt you can do

How British spies really spy: Information that didn't come from Snowden

FeatureGCHQ days of form-filling and 'bulk' intercept

Austrian court rules online radio streaming is not broadcasting

No licence fees needed then. Thoughts, BBC?

Galloway and Greens challenge Brit spooks over dragnet snooping

Politicians claim protection under the Wilson Doctrine

How to keep track of your flexible workers

An IT checklist

Were the FIRST AMERICANS really FIRST? MYSTERY of vanished 'Population Y'

Descendants now survive only among Amazon tribes

NSPCC: Two nonces nailed by cops every day

Scale of online abuse images revealed two years on from gov internet crackdown

Object storage adoption: Why, when, where… and, importantly, but

CommentBuild a better interface and the world will... wait, where are you all going?

Four phone hijack bugs revealed in Internet Explorer after Microsoft misses patch deadline

UpdatedLuckily, it just affects Windows Phone

We need the power of corporates, says OpenStack exec

Linux-for-cloud head rejects pioneer's claim of a 'lost soul'

Investors fling fresh cash at Mike Lynch-backed Darktrace

Former spook-operated biz now worth more than £60m

Blessed are the cheesemakers, for they have defined the smidge

And verily, let it be known as 0.15625ml

You can do more with backup than just cloning your data

Make the most of the opportunities

Red Hat bolts the stable with RHEL 6.7

Hardened security and inevitable container angle

SPACE FARMER 'nauts arrive safely at International Space Station

They'll quaff their urine, but won't use turds as fertiliser - yet

Parliament wants to splash £6m on network build 'n' run contract

Crumbling building needs firewall support

EMC's turbulent trifecta temporarily ties Tucci to top table

CommentCEO sends united federation off to seek out new life and new civilisations

NASA briefing in HOURS: 'We are upon the CUSP of finding ANOTHER EARTH'

UpdatedMedia call set for 5pm UK, noon EDT. Habitable world? Aliens?

Contactless card fraud? Easy. All you need is an off-the-shelf scanner

Which? study finds slurped details are dead easy for crims to abuse online

Tin eraser to storage glue: Virtualisation's past, present and future

The tools becoming the building blocks

Accenture still a little peckish as it snaps up digi biz Chaotic Moon

Massive outsourcer seeks to reinvent itself

Galactic BIRTH: ALMA peers 13 billion years into Dawn of Time Itself

When hydrogen fog cloaked the Epoch of Reionisation

BlackBerry pecks up crisis squawker AtHoc to add sauce to BBM

Networks are the future, reckons John Chen's firm

The green salamander is out: Cisco gives up on Invicta flash arrays

Sources whisper to El Reg while firm won't confirm – or deny

NASA: 'Closest thing yet to ANOTHER EARTH' - FOUND

PicsWorld not unlike Valeria from the Lensman stories

Plummeting SanDisk snaps awake, pulls hard on the control stick

Whoop-whoop! Pull up! Pull up!

Help! Our Virgin Media TiVo boxes are stuck in a loop! Help! Our Virgin..

Have you tried turning it off and on again? Oh, it's already doing that ... again and again

US Census Bureau IT systems hacked, data leaked by Anonymous

Another OPM scandal, this is not

Embarrassed Amazon admits to actually MAKING MONEY as cloud biz blooms

Investors blindsided by unexpected profit

ROBOT SEEDS to be scattered into upper atmosphere of JUPITER: NASA scheme

'Windbot' study funded at JPL

Telstra eats its own VMware-flavoured hybrid cloud dog food

Mmmm …. vCloud Air used for internal workloads

NIST in suspected 'meth lab' blast: US Congress is demanding answers

Faking Bad or Breaking Bad at nerdy science org – the Feds want to know

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