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Facebook flat-out 'lies' about how many people can see its ads – lawsuit

'Made-up PR numbers' used by social giant to exaggerate online advertising audience told data-sharing plans need vendor buy-in

Think tank calls for open standards, interoperability

DXC Technology asks field-based techies if they'd like to leave

Just when you thought it was safe to hang out at the water cooler

Home Office seeks Brexit tech boss – but doesn't splash the cash

£100k to sort borders, immigration, biometrics systems by 2019. Did we mention it's in Croydon?

Net neutrality freaks furious over lack of fury at FCC hearing

Unbelievable that more wasn't made of this non-story

Don't you just love Windows 10 refreshes, yells Lenovo

Chinese biz exploits PC upgrade cycle... for the moment

Rejoice! Thousands more kids flock to computing A-level

Even more impressively, thousands are passing it with good grades, too

Google risks mega-fine in EU over location 'stalking'

Special Report First big test for GDPR looms

Brit banks must disclose outages via API, decrees finance watchdog

Perhaps TSB's total s*itshow wasn't in vain

Cisco shift to recurring revenue gives 3.8 billion signs that it's working

Customer interest in hybrid cloud buoys networking biz

UK chip and PIN readers fall ill: Don't switch off that terminal!

Updated Not us this time, Mastercard tells El Reg

Quantiq slurps asset of Profile Enterprise Solutions

Bit of M&A action in Microsoft Dynamics world

Australia's Snooper's Charter: Experts react, and it ain't pretty

A backdoor, or simply throwing all the doors open?

Democrats go on the offensive over fake FCC net neut'y cyberattack

Analysis But efforts to target boss Ajit Pai are misguided partisanship

Ad watchdog: Amazon 'misleading' over Prime next-day delivery ads

280 brassed-off Brits begged ASA to bite Bezos' behemoth

Now DXC yourself to the door: Another exec exits outsourcing giant

Frankenfirm waves bye to App Services boss: Time to canter Klaus

When's a backdoor not a backdoor? When the Oz government says it isn't

Draconian new proposals on data privacy from Australia

Whistleblower org chief quits over Assange critic boot demand

Courage Foundation boss walks as pro-Jules trustees order Barrett Brown cut loose

IBM's Watson 'n' cloud head honcho targeted by WPP – reports

Big Blue mouthpiece insists he's not going anywhere, though

UK's data watchdog picks privacy man from IBM arm as new tech policy exec

Simon McDougall bags top innovation role at Information Commish

Australia on the cusp of showing the world how to break encryption

You just pass a law, apparently

NHS Digital to fling half a billion quid at new GP procurement framework

Says modular approach will bring new business to market

Can, can, can you buy it, CANCOM? Brexit's made it cheap(er), man: Firm inks OCSL deal

Pre-Brexit bargain to be used as UK hub

UK taxman told: IR35 still isn't working in the public sector, and you want to take it private?

Status-checking tool isn't fit for purpose, and then there's Brexit

Ex-VMware veep loses attempt to throw out his own $1.5m legal win

Strange things indeed happen in Californian courts

Emma's Diary fined £140k for flogging data on over a million new mums to Labour Party

Updated Marketing biz sold info to political campaign via Experian

Second-hand connected car data drama could be a GDPR minefield

Legal eagles drill into the issue with El Reg

Mind behind 16.7m nuisance call menace cops six-year boss ban

Easyleads chief failed to pay fine – now he can't run a UK biz

Make Sammy Great Again: Surprise – Samsung chucks cash at manufacturing

Analysis Only losers pay, er, sell retail

Going public again would swell profits by two-thirds, claims Dell

Shhh, little VMware, go back to sleep to tech industry: Hands up who can help cut teachers' admin

Schools can't do it alone, says education secretary

Top Euro court: No, you can't steal images from other websites (too bad a school had to be sued to confirm this little fact)

Seems obvious but this case is messier than you'd imagine

Almost 1 in 3 Brits think they lack computer skills to do their jobs well

Plus: Web access penetration static, according to ONS survey

UK govt's top tech heavyweight Maxwell quits for Amazon job

Exclusive Flips poacher turned gamekeeper notion on its head

Can you hear that? It's the world's smallest violin playing for DXC, IBM and Capgemini

Poor dears report combined £448m drop in UK infrastructure services sales

Internet overseer ICANN loses a THIRD time in Whois GDPR legal war

US org told by German court its delusional claims in privacy rules battle are not credible

New age discrim row: Accenture, Facebook sued by sales boss for favoring 'new blood'

Bloke hits out after losing job to former underling in his 30s

Wipro hands $75m to National Grid US after botched SAP upgrade

Pair settle out of court over failed project that cost utility firm hundreds of millions

World+dog did 107% more tech, telco and media deals this year so far

Analyst pins global deal values at $371bn for first half 2018

Symantec culling 8% of workforce to soak up slow enterprise sales

Hundreds of jobs to go

Amazon meets the incredible SHRINKING UK taxman

£1.7m tax on profits of £72.4m thanks to a surging share price

Oracle tells US Supremes: Ignore Rimini Street. You don't need to review copyright case

Says support biz invoking 'stale' split, has no other backers

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