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Facebook, Twitter sucked into US Senate's Russian meddling probe

Politicians want to know what happened with those fake accounts and advertising dollars

Hi Facebook, Google, we think we might tax your ads instead – lots of love, Europe x

Or maybe hold money from online transactions. Either way, we're getting our damn cash

Outgoing Cisco exec chair John Chambers joins Sprinklr board

There is life after the Borg... in social media management platforms apparently

Google's Big Hardware Bet: Is this what a sane business would do?

Analysis You're an algorithms company, Larry!

Something good about Brexit? Errr, more teeth for Ofcom! – report

But elsewhere fear and uncertainty reigns. Ahhh!

How's that 'turnaround' year going, Capita? ...Sheesh, sorry I asked

Things still gloomy after profit warning and restructure

UK data watchdog swots automated marketing call pest with £260k fine

Easyleads applies to be struck off after investigation

Google blows $1.1bn to hire HTC's Pixel people, forming one big happy handset team

HTC insists ad giant didn't scoop all its clever people and it can still make nice things

UK Prime Minister calls on internet big beasts to 'auto-takedown' terror pages within 2 HOURS

And you thought 24 hours would be tough…

EU watchdog: Govt bods are seeking 'legal knockouts' to dodge transparency

Increasingly 'legalistic' approach goes against intentions for openness, says ombudsman

Toshiba said yes to the Bain-Capital-backed bunch – reports

The question is... will Western Dig give the OK?

Compsci degrees aren't returning on investment for coders – research

Spend £50k to get just £3k per year more than non-grads

UK PC prices have risen 30% in a year since the EU referendum

Vendors Brexploited GBP fall, but components dearth played part too

Congress battles Silicon Valley over upcoming US sex trafficking law

Crunch hearing reveals wide gulf in views, evildoer is Backpage

Uber Cali goes ballistic, calls online ads bogus: These million-dollar banners are something quite atrocious

Updated Advertising firm sued by taxi app maker

DXC squeezes suppliers for extra margin, issues ultimatum

That is IT, stationery, toilet rolls, etc 'give us discounts' says outsourcing biz

Google parks old pay-to-play auction in front of European Commission – reports

You want a remedy? Here's our remedy

Ethereum will have transaction chops of Visa in 'a couple of years', founder claims

Starcraft on the blockchain? What a time to be alive

BoJo, don't misuse stats then blurt disclaimers when you get rumbled

Norgrove was right: post-Brexit gross £350m a week? Nope

Google, Bing, Yahoo! data hoarding is like homeopathy. It doesn't work – new study claims

Boffins find search quality unaffected

Google India launches payment service that sends money as sound

'Tez' targets India, where cash is now a dirty word, will soon hit other emerging economies

Bloke fesses up: I forged judge's signature to strip stuff from Google search

Jewelry exec faces up to five years in the clink for SEO backfire

Grab your popcorn: The first annual Privacy Shield review is go

Trump administration’s views on privacy to come under scrutiny

Apocalypse now: Ad biz cries foul over Apple's great AI cookie purge

It'll break the internet, cries Madison Ave

Brit ministers jet off on a trade mission to tout our digital exports...

...We import two-thirds of our digital. That! is! a! disgrace!

New HMRC IT boss to 'recuse' herself over Microsoft decisions

Exclusive UK taxman's CDIO Jacky Wright currently on 'sabbatical'

DXC Technologies mails another corp message (gulp)

No, not redundos or cost cutting... bonuses for the 'top performing' little people

Portland posts full report on Uber's dirty dealings with Greyball

No further penalties for ride-sharing giant, however

Senators call for '9/11-style' commission on computer voting security

Horse, meet stable door

China orders immediate shuttering of Bitcoin exchanges

And *clunk* – cryptocurrency value drops 20 per cent

EU's tech giant tax plan moves forward

All options on the table, and Apple, Facebook, Google ain't gonna like any of 'em

Just how are HMRC’s IT systems going to cope with Brexit?

Answers on a postcard, please

Dell EMC president David Goulden quits

Two months after the biz told El Reg, 'no, no, David Goulden is going nowhere'.

DoJ: Look! Google is giving up overseas data for warrants outside Second Circuit

Updated Go on, Supremes, have another look at that Microsoft ruling, wouldya?

ICO whacks Welsh biz with £350k fine for 150 MEEELLION nuisance calls

Not that data watchdog expects to get that money paid

UK attorney general plans crackdown on 'trial by social media'

Oi: Less contempt of court on Facebook and Twitter, says gov law bloke

HPE slices and dices globo org chart

Waves off another exec in the name of progress

Tech biz must be more export-focused, says defence kit minister

DSEI 2017 We like your startups – now help post-Brexit UK and start selling abroad

Facebook let advertisers target 'Jew-haters'

You are our product, says The Social Network™, and we productised your racism

User worked with wrong app for two weeks, then complained to IT that data had gone missing

ON-CALL Lock down your UIs, developers – customisation can confuse cretins

Westpac brings authentication system in-house, binning IBM

Bank wants centrally-managed control over access control

Google sued for paying women less than men

Women get the lowly frontend jobs, while the men bask in backend glory

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