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Australia commences critical infrastructure protection consultation

The plan is to build a database of 'stuff we don't want bombed'

Software glitch, not wind farms, blacked out 60,000 in South Australia

Senate committee told SA Power 'sat on' a problem for a while while SA sweltered

NZ High Court rules US can extradite Kim Dotcom after all

Kimble's running out of road

BT and Virgin Media claim 'broadband' tax will cost £1.3bn

Valuation Office Agency needs to revaluate its revaluation

UnBrex-pected move: Amazon raises UK workforce to 24,000

Company didn't confirm whether majority to go to AWS or work, er, warehouse

Google agrees to break pirates' domination over music searches

UK.gov tells search engines to demote dodgy websites or face legislation

New EU rules on portability of online content services move closer

Consumers to be able to access paid-for services when abroad

Deloitte goes all gooey for SAP HANA on AWS

2,500 suits to be flung off bench to preach ERP on cloud

Big three clouds, Apple, Facebook are buying all the best cloud tech

Tip for entrepreneurs: World could soon need automated cloud-sueball-flinger

In colossal shock, Uber alleged to be wretched hive of sexism, craven managerial ass-covering

UPDATED Uber CEO orders investigation into tribulations of engineer Susan Fowler

Competition and wholesale costs, not lack of fibre, crimp broadband in Australia

Falls on Akamai's league table can't be automatically pinned on the multi-technology mix

BlackBerry sued by hundreds of staffers 'fooled' into quitting

And it's suing Nokia for patent infringement on wireless comms

Round-filed 'paperless' projects: Barriers remain to Blighty's Digital NHS

Report: It's not going to save money or anything. Plus we'll still need paper

UK recruitment biz Coal Intelligent Technology ceases trading

Contractors and staff may be left out of pocket

Installing disks is basically LEGO, right? This admin failed LEGO

On-Call This bit goes here, this bit goes there and - huh! - why aren't the lights blinking?

Déjà vu: Euro Patent Office prez ignores yet another formal rebuke

King Battistelli tries to reconstitute Appeals Committee – staff union refuses

Knock knock. Who's there? A Lenovo server salesperson, because revenue dip's no joke

PCs are going great, but enterprise and mobile divisions are in turnaround mode

Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong cuffed in $40m corruption, perjury bust

Explosive news that, for once, doesn't involve a self-detonating battery

Zuckerberg thinks he's cyber-Jesus – and publishes a 6,000-word world-saving manifesto

Comment We took one for the team and deciphered it for you

MEPs in 'urgent' call for new laws on artificial intelligence and robotics

Liability issues with self-driving cars is key concern

Identity disorder: Does UK govt need Verify more than we do?

Comment A bit less self-assurance goes a long way

Cisco shrinks: Revenue, profit and margin all dipped in Q2 2017

Big headaches in big iron, hyper-servers aren't taking off, but software biz all smiles

Hold the phone! Crap customer service cost telcos £2.9 BEEEELLION in 2016

More moaned about than rail and energy, says ombudsman

Apple nabs smartphone top spot from Samsung, but for how long?

Santa's sack helps out in Cupertino

Oracle 'systematically stiffed its salesforce' claims new sueball

Updated Big Red 'categorically denies' former worker's claims it re-writes commission rules and puts sales people in 'debt'

Toshiba chairman quits over $6bn nuclear loss

May have to sell even more of its chip business to cover costs

Magic Leap sued for sex discrimination … by woman it hired to stamp out sex discrimination

Oh yeah, and its technology still doesn't exist either

Commissioner kisses Met goodbye, says it's set to be 'best digital police force'

Never mind the cock-ups

GoDaddy CEO says US is 'tech illiterate' (so, yeah, don't shut off that cheap H-1B supply)

At least wait until there's a pipeline from schools, he says

Roses are red, violets are blue, HMRC confirms Verify can STFU

Taxmen to press on with own ID authenticating service... as we reported

Australia finally passes mandatory data breach reporting legislation

Self-assessment and self-reporting, with exceptions for things like fat-fingered emails

Tech Trailblazers Awards: Shortlist out - now it’s over to you

Counting down to the final cut

Co-op Bank up for sale while customers still feel effects of its creaking IT

Three words businesses dread: IT system transformation

2009 IBM: Teleworking will save the WORLD! 2017 IBM: Get back to the office or else

Big Blue has changed its tune, past corporate strategy docs reveal

The Mail vs Wikipedia: They're more alike than they'd ever admit

Analysis Two peas from the same pod o' clickbait?

Third time lucky: ICANN beats off .africa ban

Promises to create new top-level domain despite ongoing court case

New PayPal T&Cs prevents sellers trash-talking PayPal

Better not run our logo smaller than MasterCard's, pal

Kids these days will never understand the value of money

Nor should they, because the folding stuff is disappearing into phones and cards

NORKS fires missile that India reckons it could shoot down in flight

The Cold War called, wants its arms race back

Oz consumer watchdog: 'up to' speeds shouldn't be in broadband ads

ISPs told to get real by advertising speeds punters will get at busy times

As South Australia blacked out, PM's office was told renewable power was not to blame

Public servants' 'misinformation' warning seemingly set aside for politics

Verisign probed by US Dept of Justice over $135m .web auction

We're here to chew gum and demand info, and we're all out of gum, say antitrust cops