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1.37bn records from somewhere to leak on Monday

UpdatedNot us, says India. Which leaves China, Facebook, Tencent, YouTube and …. ?

Linus Torvalds lashes devs who 'screw all the rules and processes' and send him 'crap'

You're on the sh*t-list and will be shouted at, says Linus as he gives the world Linux 4.11 rc1

3Par brought down Australian Tax Office with >REDACTED<

HPE admits to contract fail, will give failed kit forensic analysis but may also crimp report

'Baby, I know your database needs upgrades tonight'

You may have thought romance was dead before this ... erm ... remarkable MongoDB cover of Sia's 'Cheap Thrills' came along

Mars orbiter FLOORS IT to avoid hitting MOON

MAVEN was on track to come within seven seconds of Phobos

Google, Microsoft bump bug bounties

Googles' rise is permanent, Microsoft wants you to give Office 365 a beating

YouTube TV will be huge. Apple must respond

It is the world’s largest online vid-slinger, after all

URGH – bitter taste! Sage hikes One SaaS price 50 per cent

Kicks in on April Fools' Day

UK's Virgin Media subscribers suffer fresh email blocking misery

UpdateJust when you thought Spamageddon had been fixed

MP brands 1,600 CSC layoffs as the 'worst excesses of capitalism'

Government service provider 'propping up its share price' ahead of merger with HPE

UK watchdog to probe political campaigns trading personal info

Biz said to have helped Trump and Leave.EU campaign to be asked a couple of questions

BT splurges £1.2bn on securing Champions League rights, Sky heads for an early bath

Sorry your broadband is crap, Ronaldo needs a new Jag

Ex penetrated us almost 700 times through secret backdoor, biz alleges

IT man betrayed us for partner, says Columbia Sportswear

Q: How many IBMers need to volunteer for corporate guillotine?

A: It's five more than answer to the ultimate question

UK Home Office spy powers unit pretended it was a private citizen in Ofcom consultation

ExclusiveCivil servants belatedly nixed PDF metadata

SwiftStack drops v5.0, says hybrid IT rules OK!

Blasts data between on-prem and public cloud

South Korea prosecutor: President colluded to take Samsung bribes

Both deny allegations

Solarwinds sends customers each others' complete client lists

Some furious, others rather interested

IBM has cloud access to quantum computer 400 times smaller than D-Wave system

Big Blue will build 50-qubitter in 'next few years'

It's time for our annual checkup on the circus that is the Internet Governance Forum

AnalysisUnaccountable? Check. Pointlessly bureaucratic? Check. Blocking reform? Check

Stop the press: Journos not happy losing jobs to journo bots, say journos

Boring, bland... yes, this AI will fit right in at today's newsrooms

Sir Tim Berners-Lee refuses to be King Canute, approves DRM as Web standard

Will decision bring back need to use specific browsers?

Watt the f... Dim smart meters caught simply making up readings

Current-measuring circuits flawed, potentially over-charge homes, study finds

US Marines seek a few supposedly good men ... who leaked naked pics of a few good women

But they should expect a discharge or worse, not medals

Sprint sprints off with $140m from Time Warner after VoIP patent battle

Cable giant nine-figures lighter after ripping off voice-call tech

RadioShack bankruptcy savior to file for, you guessed it, bankruptcy

Electronics retailer once again sees liquidation looming

Western Australia's Web votes have security worries, say 'white hat' mathematicians

iVote's proxy issues certs – and decrypts data – in America

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