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Stock trader gets two years in prison for pumping up with Fitbit

Using wearable to get wrong kind of gains get Big House visit

Tech giants should take the rap for enabling fake news, boffins tell EU

Yes, yeesss, give us lots of new things to do, say academics

Broadcom moves to the US: CFIUS-inspired redomiciling makes for happy voters

... even though the sound of it to Qualcomm's quite atrocious

Capita screw-ups are the pits! Brit ex-miner pensioners billed for thousands in extra tax

Outsourcer blames HMRC's new PAYE portal

Age checks for UK pr0n site visitors on ice as regulator cobbles together some guidance

April no longer deadline for compliance

UK digi minister Hancock suggests Facebook and pals give your kids a time-out

Oh plus this GREAT idea... 14-and-ups should hand over their data

HP is turning off 'Always On' data deals but won't say why

April Fools' Day deadline set

Tim Berners-Lee says regulation of the web may be needed

Social networks have too much power, says web daddy, and their profit motive means they won't act for the good of all

Developer mistakenly deleted data - so thoroughly nobody could pin it on him!

Who, me? Don't ask your staff to write scripts at beer O'clock on Friday afternoon

Intel ponders Broadcom buy as Qualcomm's exec chair steps away

Rather than face a combined BroadQual, Chipzilla may break out the cheque book

Pharma bro Martin Shkreli to miss 2024 Paris Olympics

Finance troll gets seven years for securities fraud

Department of Work and Pensions internal docs reveal troubled history of Universal Credit gives in, publishes after 2-year legal spat

NHS Digital to probe live-stream spillage of confidential patient info – after El Reg tipoff

Exclusive Risk of app's vid demo falls under spotlight

Brit spy wrangler details sign-off process for snooping warrants

Transparency doc on spooks data slurping released

A ghoulish tale of pigs, devs and docs revived from the dead

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Dr Frankenstein had it all sewn up, you know

Most IT contractors want employment benefits if clobbered with IR35

That'll go down well with full-time Sir Humphreys..

Your mouse can't reach that Excel cell? Buy a 'desk extender' said help desk bluffer

On-Call And the user believed him, too, for a while

Ex-stream action: YouTube slays Zombie horde in AdSense battle

Judge double taps class-action complaint against Google's vid emporium

I'm anti-Google, please elect me: Senate hopeful rides tech backlash

Missouri attorney general Hawley hopes to tap into ire against Silicon Valley

Got some broken tech? Super Cali's trinket fix-it law brought into focus

Right to Repair Act just in case your phone becomes atrocious

Administrator PwC chops Maplin staff

'Controlled store closure' process looms for retailer

Info Commissioner tears into Google's 'call us journalists' trial defence

RTBF Trial No wriggling out of regulation, snarls ICO chief

SAP corruption probe: Indication of misconduct in South African public sector deals

Millions coughed up in commissions

Oracle UK's profits have more than halved

Sales slide and tax repayments blamed

Does Parliament or Google decide when your criminal past is forgotten?

RTBF Trial Right To Be Forgotten trial reaches halfway mark

Defra to MPs: There's no way Brexit IT can be as crap as rural payments

Look, we're used to dealing with cock-ups

Sci-tech wants skilled worker cap on PhD and shortage jobs scrapped

Limit 'undermines business confidence', groups tell

Uber-Lyft study author jams into reverse gear over abysmal pay claims

Dial-a-ride driving sucks... but sucks less than previously thought

FBI chief asks tech industry to build crypto-busting not-a-backdoor

'You guys can build anything if you put your mind to it' is the gist of the argument

Tintri finally opens wide, bites restructuring bullet

Chairman and CEO are out

Fresh docs detail 10-year link between Geek Squad informers and Feds

Best Buy red-faced after earlier denials

French competition watchdog aims probe at 'overwhelming' ad power of Google and Facebook

We'll take a very long lunch then decide what to do Name a more iconic duo than 'culture' and 'digital'. We'll wait

Matt Hancock once again calls app Britain

Too many bricks in the wall? Lego slashes inventory

Sales slowdown in Europe and North America leads to write-down

What took you so long, BlackBerry? Facebook BBM suit is way overdue

Analysis Legal eagles knock heads for IP battle

British military spends more on computers than weapons and ammo

Shows where wars of the 21st century will really be fought...

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