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Facebook: Who needs millennials? The cops love us more than ever!

Social network says police, government requests for data and takedowns booming

Alleged Uber black ops lawyer would rather not have his Xmas holiday ruined by Waymo, ta

Subpoena demands he fly from Florida to Cali by Thursday

Facebook helping devs keep up with TLS certificates

Crawling transparency logs, so you don't need to

Liberating SSH from Logjam leftovers

IETF RFC writes-out weak Diffie-Hellman

Android trojan has miner so aggressive it can bork your battery

Loapi found in smut apps, fake virus scanners

Fridge killed my baby? Mag-field radiation from household stuff 'boosts miscarriage risk'

AnalysisLiving off grid, in the woods, away from all tech not such a loony idea after all

Hot chips crashed servers, but were still delicious

On-CallSparky stories of dim folks succumbing to electrical shockers

Revealed: How Libratus bot felted poker pros – and now it has cyber-security in its sights

A glimpse at the algorithms powering card shark AI

Your palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy – you forgot about Europe's GDPR already

CommentAre you ready for 2018's privacy rules?

2017 – the year of containers! It wasn't? Oops. Maybe next year

Immature tech still has a bunch of growing up to do

Storage Wars: Not very long ago, a hop, skip and a jump away...

Rebel firms have been seduced by the dark side and Darth Reg must bring balance to the force

Dump ur mobile provider via txt by 2019: LMFAO cu l8r

New rules to help you break things off within single day. Cold

Seagate's lightbulb moment: Make read-write heads operate independently

Multi Actuator arms will boost data access as capacities grow

Ey-up, mardy Rochdale council has dropped plans for ban on swearing. Thank f$ck!

You pillocks, that was never goin' t'werk in this Lanky town

HMS Queen Elizabeth has sprung a leak and everyone's all a-tizzy

200 litres an hour? Fetch the kettle, we could fill it from that needs help getting folk to splurge on full fibre and 5G

Any ideas how we can improve Blighty's infrastructure?

Virgin Hyperloop pulls up the biggest chair for Branson, bags $50m, new speed record

Call us a taxi, uh, a Virgin train um... yep, that's it

UK, US govt and pals on WannaCry culprit: It woz the Norks wot done it

Notorious Lazarus Group said to be behind mass infection

France gives WhatsApp a month to get slurps in order or face fine

Regulator questions legality of transferring data to Facebook

Sex robot forum venue 'encrypted in a poem'

All Greek Orthodox church halls to me

TalkTalk banbans TeamTeamviewerviewer againagain

Remote access tool blocked for second time by Brit ISP

How Google's black box Knowledge Graph can kill you

CommentFactoid flu

Last week: Microsoft accused of covering up rape claim. This week: Microsoft backs anti-cover-up law ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Proposed legislation just in the nick of time

Facebook flashes ramped-up face-recog tech. Try not to freak out

AnalysisLuckily, there's an off switch... to placate lawmakers?

US senators rail against effort to sneak through creepy mass spying bill

We must have public debate on warrantless snooping, demands bipartisan gang

Autsch! Germany slaps Facebook in its abusive little face for 'limitlessly amassing data'

Monopoly watchdog nicht glücklich about Zuck's info suck

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