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29th > November > 2017 Archive

FCC boss Ajit defends axing net neutrality by… attacking Cher

AnalysisPai puts in his thumb and pulls out a plum

Uber hack coverup: Your next US state lawsuit arrives in four minutes

Illinois, Washington sue 'reckless' transit upstart

High-freq trade biz sues transatlantic ISP for alleged spiteful cable cut

We were bought by your rival, but that doesn't mean we don't still need you (for a few months)

Canadian! fella! admits! hacking! Gmail! inboxes! amid! Yahoo! megahack!

Karim Baratov pleads guilty to ransacking web accounts for 'mystery' paymasters

Hardly anyone uses Australia's My Health Record service

Signature policy has cost AU$1.7bn, looks rather sickly

Twitter's fight to kill Uncle Sam's censorship of spying numbers edges closer to victory

Effort to muddy transparency reports fails to impress judge

Canadian court gives limited OK to warrantless Stingrays

It's fine to spy on a suspect's mobile devices, just don't listen

Elon Musk says he's not Satoshi Nakamoto and is pretty rubbish at Bitcoin

He had some once, but lost them down the back of the sofa

Amazon reveals 'Nitro'... Custom ASICs and boxes that do grunt work so EC2 hosts can just run instances

AWS re:InventAlso bare metal EC2, that KVM-based hv, and entry to the security biz

Accused hacker Lauri Love's extradition appeal begins

Lord Chief Justice to hear Suffolk man's challenge against removal to US

No 'Pai-day' for India: nation to adopt strict network neutrality

All content is created equal, regulator rules

The six simple questions Facebook refused to answer about its creepy suicide-detection AI

AnalysisCode can work out if you're close to topping yourself

IBM figures out it takes longer than a week to re-wire software

New TLS 1.0 turnoff offers three months warning, reprieve if you'd rather remain insecure

Two years later, SAP's making ‘progress’ on clearing up S/4HANA ball of confusion

As German ERP biz cozies up to Microsoft in the cloud

Watchkeeper drones cost taxpayers £1bn

And were used on combat ops for just two days

£160m ploughed into 5G is a fair sum. Shame the tech doesn't really exist

UK.gov insiders fairly certain cash won't be spent that way

The monitoring capability gap

ResearchTime for a more proactive approach to investment?

Jingle bells, IBM tells more staff it is D-day ♫

TSS workers get THE memo, enter redundancy talks AGAIN

The End of Abandondroid? Treble might rescue Google from OTA Hell

Well. One less excuse for skinflint OEMs, anyway

Why does no one want to invest in full fibre broadband, wails UK.gov

Ministry of Fun launches network infrastructure review, extends basic broadband subsidy scheme

FlashBlade runner Pure charges NetApp's legacy filer fortress

AnalysisThird quarter brings positive cash flow for first time

Hacked Brit shipping giant Clarksons: A person may release some of our data today

But ... we won't 'be held to ransom by criminals'

Can't wait for 5G? Don't then, Gigabit LTE will be around for ages

Yes, it's real

Uber says 2.7 MEEELLION(ish) UK users affected by hack

ICO still waiting for technical reports

Lauri Love appeal: 'If he's dead, no victim's going to get anything'

Defence submits opening arguments to Administrative Court

Max Schrems launches privacy NGO, wins €60k within first 24 hours

'None of Your Business' to help bring consumer cases to court

Scotland, now is your time… to launch Brexit Britain into SPAAAACE!

House of Lords members make push for Scottish spaceports

HPE inks object storage reseller deal in EMEA – with Cloudian

+CommentObject storage partner Scality: Don't forget they put a RING on it!

NHS England told to get a grip on patient records after £6.6m blunder

MPs say body has 'given up' chasing GPs to identify harm

Apple and Qualcomm become best pals... lol jk the sueballs keep flying

Suing for patent infringement? Right back at ya, champ

Unfit to plead before a US court? You may face 'indefinite detention'

US.gov argues in favour of extraditing accused Brit hacker Lauri Love

As Apple fixes macOS root password hole, here's what went wrong

Code diveWhile you patch your Mac, take a look at what upset the Apple cart this week

Wondering why your internal .dev web app has stopped working?

Blame Google. And ICANN

Night before Xmas and all through American Airlines, not a pilot was flying, thanks to this bug

UpdatedVacation system gremlin gives everyone who asked time off

We go live to the Uber-Waymo court battle... You are not going to believe this. The judge certainly doesn't

Down a deep rabbit hole of alleged theft of secrets

We survived today's Amazon news avalanche to bring you this: Yes, a managed Kubernetes service will be a thing

AWS re:InventAs expected – just like the Oracle bashing

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