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Twitter to be 'aggressive' enforcer of new, stronger rules

Grab some popcorn as we wait to see if @realdonaldtrump passes test of no hate symbols and glorifying violence

Drone smacks commercial passenger plane in Canada

Everyone safe, except drone pilot who ignored local rules

WPA2 security in trouble as KRACK Belgian boffins tease key reinstallation bug

UpdatedStrap yourselves in readers, Wi-Fi may be cooked

'Cyber kangaroo' ratings for IoT security? Jump to it, says Australia's cyber security minister

Proposed labelling scheme will try to match similar efforts in UK, USA

'Open sesame'... Subaru key fobs vulnerable, says engineer

ONE, TWO, THREE, what are we incrementing FOUR? (Don't ask, we don't give a damn)

Assange thanks USA for forcing him to invest in booming Bitcoin

Banking blockade has actually enriched WikiLeaks

Storms blow away 2017 Solar Challenge field

Nuon Solar wins third race straight, out of 12 finishers

Linus Torvalds lauds fuzzing for improving Linux security

But he's not at all keen on Santa Claus or fairies

Elon Musk says Harry Potter and Bob the Builder will get SpaceX flying to Mars

Reddit AMA says Raptor rocket will be safer and more reliable than commercial aircraft

With microservices Java can at last join us in our cloudy, DevOpsy world

It's how apps are designed, not the tools used to write them

Grant Shapps of coup shame fame stands by 'broadbad' research

InterviewOr was it David Green or Sebastian Fox?

SendGrid services are down and out of action

Tried logging in or signing up? Big bag of fail? Thought so Who wants £25m... *cheers*... to trial 5G? *crickets chirping*

If we start now, we might be better at it than Albania

Xperia XZ1: Sony spies with its MotionEye something beginning...

Reviewwith ... oh, another very good iPhone, Pixel, S8 undercutter

WPA2 KRACK attack smacks Wi-Fi security: Fundamental crypto crapto

UpdatedKey handshake shakedown

Remember how you said it was cool if your mobe network sold your name, number and location?

No? Well, never mind, because it's for your own protection

Huawei dunks server triplets in Skylake for a v5 refresh

Fifth version server threesome pops up

Boffins suggest UK needs an 'AI council' but regulation is for squares

Industry-focused review instead recommends 'data trusts' to establish framework for the tech

Customers cheesed off after card details nicked in Pizza Hut data breach

Victims reporting fraudulent transactions

Keep your voice down in the data centre, the HDDs have ears! I SAID, KEEP...

The world's worst microphone uses spinning platters

Huge power imbalance between firms and users whose info they grab

Pervasive data-gathering needs urgent action – report

Ethereum blockchain is sailing to Byzantium – hard fork up and running

Promises clearer user interaction and extra privacy

Brit intel fingers Iran for brute-force attacks on email accounts

Russia, you're off the hook

Toshiba raises dread spectre of working with SK Hynix on flash fab

Hooo boy, WDC. You've really done it now

Supreme Court to rule on whether US has right to data stored overseas

Microsoft's Irish data centre spat asks: How far should an American warrant go?

Ernst & Young slapped with £1.8 MEEEELLION fine for crap accounting

Watchdog takes bean-counter to task over Tech Data audit

Here's a timeless headline: Adobe rushes out emergency Flash fix after hacker exploits bug

So much for that security-patch-free October

Super Cali goes ballistic, small-cell law is bogus. School IT outsourcing is also... quite atrocious

So much for only one Super Cali headline per month

Google isn't saying Microsoft security sucks but Chrome for Windows has its own antivirus

ESET scanning engine now built in – plus other defenses

Neutron stars shower gold on universe in big bang, felt on Earth as 100-second grav wave

LIGO boffins pinpoint space prang 130m light years away

Never mind the WPA2 drama... Details emerge of TPM key cockup that hits tonnes of devices

About a third of all crypto modules globally generate weak, crackable RSA pairs

Deloitte to wind up Plutus Payroll, promises contact with contractors 'within 20 biz days'

Supreme Court says fallen payroll outfit owes AU$139m to Commonwealth

Review pins blame for Medicare ID breach on you. All of you

CommentGov wants us to protect Medicare numbers. In return it will protect something

Dying! Yahoo! loses! fight! to! lock! dead! man's! dead! account!

Sure, now they care about protecting email

Apple slapped hard with $440m patent bill in VirnetX FaceTime spat

Cupertino iGiant vows to appeal after losing round in tedious infringement boxing match

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