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G20 calls for 'lawful and non-arbitrary access to available information' to fight terror

CommentOr in other words, access to encrypted messages

Ransomware-slinging support scammers hire local cash mule in Oz

75 year-old chap funnelled more than AU$1m offshore

Samba slip-up smackdown: HPE stops NonStop Server bugs

If SambaCry escaped your notice in June, get busy

Japan joins quantum space race with microsatellite demo

SOCRATES shows off space-to-ground entanglement

GitHub acknowledges autocrats with 'code owner' feature

Code host also seeking crowd comment on new T&Cs

Cloud Foundry had a privilege escalation bug

Mitigate if you must, patch if you can

Trump to world: Forget moving to America to do a startup

International Entrepreneur Rule paused for at least 9 months, probably forever

Azure Stack's debut ends the easy ride for AWS, VMware and hyperconverged boxen

AnalysisIf you need new servers or hypervisor licences, there's a new model to consider

Insurers may have to adjust policies to reflect 'silent' cyber risks

Firms should also carry out regular 'stress tests'

HPE PointNext globo boss grilled by El Reg

InterviewYes, there was a lot of cheese

Hackers able to turbo-charge DJI drones way beyond what's legal

Well, if you are going to leave debug code in production apps

Ex-GDS man to pluck tech strings at UKCloud

Public sector big hitter to persuade G-cloud bods to inhale its product

Viking storms storage monastery wielding 50TB SAS SSD

Behold my mighty 5PB racks and tremble

Brit SAP user group seeking more line-of-business members

Newly minted chairman speaks of 'changes' to the IT dept's role

Dental app startup drama: Two attack websites and a lawsuit

Here's what really happens when ex biz partners threaten to publish and be damned

Openreach kicks off 'rebrand' by painting over BT logo on vans

Full transition to take four years

Indian telco Reliance Jio denies claims of 100m record data breach

Site hosting claimed 'leaks' disappears

Ofcom pops 37% spectrum cap on mobile providers' domes

Decision ahead of auction falls short of calls by Three

DataGravity's mystery buyer rips off mask: It's HyTrust

Software maker buys virty firm

Better mobe coverage needed for connected cars, says firm flogging networking gear

Nokia's well aboard the zeitgeist bandwagon

Mappy days! Ordnance Survey offers up free map of UK greenery

All part of master plan to convince people to go outside

Ubuntu Linux now on Windows Store (for Insiders)

What fell sorcery is this?

The great phone squeeze wheeze: Getting squidgy with HTC's U11

ReviewGlassy, glossy, sassy... but smudgy

Cisco's fifth UCS server generation surfaces

Processor black hole waiting for Intel announcement

Dell goes swimming in Skylake to source 14G server line

Blasts out 7 new PowerEdge products with better stuff inside

Kaminario offloads compression to Intel's QAT engine

30% smaller data is QAT's meow

Ghost of NTLM still haunts Microsoft: Aged protocol hole patched

Authentication system gets fixed up today to limp onward

Russia, China vow to kill off VPNs, Tor browser

New laws needed because today's censorship not good enough, apparently

Trump tramples US Constitution by blocking Twitter critics – lawsuit

Tweet-addicted President treats website as a public forum so cannot exclude views

It's July 2017 – and your expensive HoloLens can be pwned over Wi-Fi

Patch TuesdayAugmented Reality bites. Plus: Update Windows boxes, Flash ASAP

If at first you don't succeed, you're Microsoft pushing its magical white space broadband

AnalysisThis time, Brad, this time

Got a Windows Phone 8 mobe? It's now officially obsolete. Here's why...

Microsoft pulls the plug on support for dedicated smartphone OS

Astroboffins spot tiniest star yet – we guess you could call it... small fry

Little blighter is about the size of our system's Saturn

Uncle Sam says 'nyet' to Kaspersky amid fresh claims of Russian ties

Security biz maintains it has no 'inappropriate ties' with Kremlin as software blocked by officials

Trump Hotels left orange faced: Hackers plunder systems for credit cards

Guests' names, possibly email and home addresses viewed, too, via Sabre intrusion

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