Analysis Big thumbs up to Internet Archive for now
Party poppers in Mountain View, party poopers in Redmond
'Our largest win to date!' squeaks excited IT consultancy
Updated Latest exec hired to make the direct sales conflict go away
Reseller boss wants in on large Euro companies HQ'd there
Who, Me? Pop goes the printer...
Bungled his paperwork by posting it to London sales HQ
CFO asked to take the wheel
Analysis MEPs remind everyone Facebook wasn't hauled off list. Roll on, review 2.0
Updated SB 822, passed by Senate and Assembly, now has to be passed by, er, the Senate again
But nothing is what is seems when it comes to Section 702 programs
The world outside your typical computer, basically *shudder*
One is more equal than the other, but deal makes sense as NBN rollout continues
Judge denies giants' motion to dismiss amended case
Judicial review into law launched
Programmable device company needs to program some profits
Millions to be spent on a feasibility study to see if Brits can do their own thing in space
Analysis But, hey, it's not like it had been warned hundreds of times over several years...
Salesforce boss Marc Benioff objects to US immigration policy so much, he makes millions from, er, US immigration
Billionaire bashed with 'hypocrisy' stick by activists
Analysis Time for the internet to grow up? Critical US DMCA safe harbor rules in the spotlight
If only OS 'sunsets' happened every quarter
UK traders: 'Help us, HMRC, you're our only hope'
Is there poison in the chalice that Stephen will Rue?
To save the BBC, and local journalism
Profits up but margins down as Byte Software Services cast a wary eye to the future
Well, not a surprise, since most governments are hopeless. 'Password123' is just the start
Audit investigation in historic accounting delayed, firm falls out of compliance
Talk about tough gigs – abacus-stroker-in-chief comes from UK rail background
Or, as the Zuckerborg puts it, 'inauthentic coordinated behaviour'
That's if there's still a government to pass the amendments
Ad giant 'intentionally complicated' opt-out systems
Ex-Cisco CEO-chaired lobby leading the charge
ICANN appeals its appeal and tells German courts yet again that they're wrong
Legal battle #433 over Pai's push to kill off rules
'Made-up PR numbers' used by social giant to exaggerate online advertising audience
Think tank calls for open standards, interoperability