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Watch: Armed Ukrainian cyber-cops raid MeDoc in NotPetya probe

VideoEquipment seized to head off new attack, we're told

It's an important ID, so why isn't the Medicare card chipped?

Vulture South talks to Lockstep's Steve Wilson about privacy, identity, and loose APIs

Facebook's left hand is fighting for Americans' right to privacy

The right hand? Go on, guess

Intel axes 140 IoTers in California, Ireland

Think of it as your independence day

MH370 researchers refine their prediction of the place nobody looked

April drift test analysis updated

Boffins' five eyes surprise: Bees correct colour for ambient light

Three eyes look at the sky

Brit prosecutors ask IT suppliers to fight over £3 USB cable tender

UpdatedSee? We do give small businesses a chance for work

Time to rethink machine learning: The big data gobble is OFF the menu

What size do big things start? Small

Nationwide banking suffers its own Black Wednesday

Oh no! Digital darkness forces folk to use cards and ATMs

Emirates and Turkish Airlines lift laptop ban on US-bound flights

Passengers can bring electronic devices onboard from today

Ker-ching! NotPetya hackers cash out, demand 100 BTC for master decrypt key

Plus, bonus ransomware strain found lurking in software update

El Reg partners with Action for Children to give IT industry an uncomfortable night

And think of the children of course...

New work: Algorithms to give self-driving cars 'impulsive' human 'ethics'

RoTMIt's just preliminary research, don't freak out

Britain's warhead-watcher to simulate Trident nukes with Atos supercomputer

No Bull... no flops... or should that be the other way round?

Virgin Media admits it 'fell short' in broadband speeds ahead of lashing from BBC's Watchdog

And staff on chopping block unhappy with internal comms

CityFibre snaps up Entanet for £29m and plans to raise £185m

Wants to pump fibre to 50 cities by 2020

DataGravity swallowed by mystery buyer

ExclusivePaula Long startup fails to reach escape velocity on its own

UK Parliament launches inquiry into NHS WannaCrypt outbreak

NAO hear this: Wares of ransom, feel the wrath come... audit

DeepMind needs to think about the broader implications of its tech – report

Also: Docs might be Snapchatting your scans to colleagues

PCs will get pricier and you're gonna like it, say Gartner market shamans

Vendors upping tags while consumers want better products

Analyst: DRAM crisis looms after screwup at Micron fab

Nope, that is fake news, says memory chip maker: 'There was a minor event'

Samsung stalls Bixby launch because it am English not so good

원숭이도 나무에서 떨어진다.

Brit teen accused of running malware factory and helpdesk for crims

Lad cuffed after worldwide manhunt leads cops to parents' home in Stockport, UK

China's Baidu, GPU monster Nvidia cuddle up at Beijing dev bash

Robo-ride car tech will use Drive PX 2 hardware, plus other bits from the conference

Microsoft boasted it had rebuilt Skype 'from the ground up'. Instead, it should have buried it

Users slam attempt to infuse app with social media magic

Tesla, GitHub, tech bro VCs... Silicon Valley sexism row explodes as more women go public

AnalysisWhat's the solution?

Create a user called '0day', get bonus root privs – thanks, Systemd!

It's not a bug, it's a feature

Mainframe TITSUP totals Oz tax tech, again

Say 'have you tried turning it off and turning it back on?' again. I DARE YOU

U wot M8? Oracle chip designers quietly work on new SPARC CPU

Would be the first M-line server processor since 2015's M7

Get the Canuck out: Vancouver vows Airbnb, Expedia crackdown

Mayor's plan could lead the way for other cities

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