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Backdoor backlash: European Parliament wants better privacy

Less tracking, more consent, and stronger encryption says privacy committee

That's random: OpenBSD adds more kernel security

'Kernel address randomised link' masks memory locations

Google plans to scrub 'inflammatory' and terror vids from youTube

AI isn't good enough for the job, so more mods and Google ads will get into the grey areas

Internet boffins take aim at BGP route leaks

Routers should know their place

It's 2017, and UPnP is helping black-hats run banking malware

Pinkslipbot malware copies Conficker for C&C channel

Gartner confirms what we all know: AWS and Microsoft are the cloud leaders, by a fair way

Paranormal parallelogram for IaaS has Google on the same lap, IBM and Oracle trailing

Israel gets spooky with national quantum lab

Plan is to spin up single photons as a comms medium

Virtual reality audiences stare straight ahead 75% of the time

YouTube's advice to turn heads is 'make better videos'. Literally. That's all they've got

Elon Musk reveals Mars colony rocket capable of bringing pizza joints to the red planet

'Making Humans a Multi-Planetary Species' plan details how to get 1m humans to Mars

When corporate signage goes BAD

LogoBotchThe Cisco slip of 2010

Report estimates cost of disruption to GPS in UK would be £1bn per day

Err, maybe it's time for backup?

Migrating to Microsoft's cloud: What they won't tell you, what you need to know

Of devils and details

Brit uni blabs students' confidential information to 298 undergrads

Spreadsheet of extenuating circumstances attached to email

We grill high-end backup kid on its cloudy data protection stake

InterviewTaking the PB out of PBBA? Datos IO hopes you're ready for this jelly

Cluster-wrestling kids pimp their HPC rides in Frankfurt

HPC BlogThis one goes to 11: More rig pr0nz from students at ISC17

Jaguar Land Rover ropes in Gorillaz to help it lure 5,000 'electronic wizards'

App provides fast-track to recruitment

Is your research hot or not? US boffins create ‘Tinder for preprints’

Papr app lets you rate academic papers - and maybe find your ideal postdoc

Scottish govt mulled scrapping £178m car-crash IT system

Fujitsu report slams Common Agricultural Payments system

Hotheaded Brussels civil servants issued with cool warning: Leak

Brexit? No, no... it's baking! Put away the booze, biz-suit

Fancy buying our aircraft carrier satnav, Raytheon asks UK

System might only be fitted to HMS Prince of Wales – reports

Microsoft's new Surface laptop defeats teardown – with glue

Put down the screwdriver... we're going to need a knife

Pure suggests dishing out intelligence to dumb storage shelves

UpdateToshiba thinking 200 layers of 3D NAND

2 kool 4 komputing: Teens' interest in GCSE course totally bombs

Concern teachers can't handle tougher syllabus

Venture capital biz hires former EMC CEO

'Can we Tucci this startup? Well Big Joe, can we?'

Datos IO gets nimbler vision at board level

Ex-Nimble CEO joins Datos IO board

US voter info stored on wide-open cloud box, thanks to bungling Republican contractor

OMG, GOP! WTF?

You can't take the pervs off Facebook, says US Supreme Court

First Amendment rights and dancing babies

Varjo promises Oculus-killing VR/AR, but is it the next Magic Leap?

Ex-Nokia team promises human-eye resolution mixed reality

Uber's New York competitor sued over driver equity scheme

Juno's taxi drivers complain of bait-and-switch

WhatsApp app in flap over chap's snap of URL mishap

Secure messaging springs leak when looking up URLs

Mexican government accused of illegal phone hacking of citizens

Investigation reveals targeting of journalists and activists

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