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Cost-hurling IBM seeks more volunteers for employment bonfire

IS Delivery gets the memo now too, 1,000+ heads at risk – sources

Rogue PIs found guilty of illegally snagging personal financial info

Passed data to loss adjusters, who shared it with insurer client

UK border at risk of exposure post Brexit, warn MPs

Whitehall's head stuck in sand about upgrading crap IT

Disk drive fired 'Frisbees of death' across data centre after storage admin crossed his wires

On-Call And this was after he avoided losing some fingers

Would-be startup crew charged with stealing employer's tech

Applied Materials quartet accused of trying to pull a Fairchild

Euro Patent Office ignores ruling and refuses entry to vindicated judge

President punts issue to Administrative Council

Bitcoin price soars amid technical troubles for exchanges

Outages throw a wrench into profit taking

Florida Man… pockets Uber cash to keep quiet about data breach

That's not how bug bounties work, Travis

IT buyer? Had enough of pesky resellers cold calling? You aren't alone

Up to 40 calls a day, three hours wasted

Europe Commission thunders: Tech firms must do more to remove extremist content

Mulls further regulation next year

Hortonworks takes ex-sales manager to court over non-compete allegations

Ben Rudall challenged over move to Snowflake

IBM opens emergency escape hatch to TSS volunteers

Free at last, free at last, thank Ginny Rommety...

DXC Technologies UK boss QUITS

Nick Wilson working six month notice

Muzzle our public watchdog much? UK.gov Data Protection Bill adds affect the ICO

ICO in discussions with govt, has set out its concerns

VW's US environment boss gets seven years for Dieselgate scam

Oliver Schmidt lied his way up the greasy pole, Judge rules

Euro Patent Office commanded to reinstate 'Nazi judge' it attacked

President Benoit Battistelli dealt brutal blow by International Labor Organization

New Jersey lawmakers propose ban on folks drunk droning

If you're not fit to drive, you're not fit to fly in the Garden State

Merger-hungry AT&T sued for price gouging by Texas ISP

Awkward timing considering its Time-Warner marriage request

EU data protection groups: Fix Privacy Shield or face lawsuit

‘Significant concerns’ over transatlantic data flow deal

Apple looks forward to wiping $47bn off its overseas profit tax bill – thanks to US shakeup

A percentage reduction AND no future tax on foreign profits? Too kind, Uncle Sam!

UK.gov failing to prevent £10bn of annual online fraud, say MPs

Spending watchdog says buck stops with Home Office

Capita appoints back bencher baroness as non exec director

Could it be eyeing up more public sector deals?

The ultimate vendor lock-in: High school opens on Oracle campus

Big Red (tor)mentors, ‘Design Realization Garage’ and yachting lake (obvs)

Sucks to be a... chief data officer, when they're being told: Boost revenues

Show me the money: No longer data guardians, Gartner says

Staff at Steria gov shared services centre offered voluntary redundo

Merry Christmas!

Hyperloop founder goes on immediate leave following sexual assault 'smear campaign'

I'm so surprised, says no one in Silicon Valley

La La La, I can't hear you: FCC responds to net neut concerns

Pai calls net neutrality opponents 'desperate'

Facebook, Twitter, Google cleared in Dallas shooting lawsuit

Judge says social networks not to blame for cop killings

Denied: Uber's request to skip to UK Supreme Court to appeal workers' rights

Claimant: We've beaten Uber twice, prepared to do it again

Investigatory Powers Act: You're not being paranoid. UK.gov really is watching you

Comment Civil rights group Liberty has plans on that

WANdisco: We need cash-o. About $10m would.. wahey... $22m

Extra funding to grow biz with partner push

You're SAP-ing my will to live: Licensing debate lumbers on as ERP giant tries to rebuild trust

User group remains concerned as biz promises customer focus

Hot growth industry: checking social networks for nasties

YouTube says it'll soon have 10,000, even with machine learning helping out

Good news: unsecured S3 bucket discovery just got easier

Oh, that's not good news is it?

Australia's new Foreign Influence laws expand phone snoop powers

And maybe rules about the kind of dodgy ads Facebook carried in the USA

Did you unwittingly support the destruction of net neutrality rules?

Find out with the New York's Attorney General search tool

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