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UK.gov isn't ready for no-deal Brexit – and 'secrecy' means businesses won't be either

7 months not enough time for firms to prep

Microsoft: 'So, we can buy GitHub?' EU: 'We'll tell you on 19 October'

Regulators set (provisional) date for ruling on buyout

Amazon probes alleged bribery of staffers for data on e-tail platform

I'll give you this Cool Thing™ if you nix that review for me

NHS smacks down hundreds of staffers for dodgy use of social media, messaging apps

Disciplinary action for healthcare workers complaining about patients, colleagues

Euro bureaucrats tie up .eu in red tape to stop Brexit Brits snatching back their web domains

Exit sparks worst tendencies in anonymous rule-makers

US Treasury goes after IT shops for funneling cash to North Korea

Meanwhile, Norks deny Sony hacker ever existed

Automated Weather Source didn't see this cloud coming: Amazon snatches up AWS.com

Uh, we'll be having that domain

UK networks have 'no plans' to bring roaming fees back after Brexit

Why don't I feel terribly reassured?

UK.gov tells companies to draft contracts for data flows just in case they screw up Brexit

Data adequacy won't be assessed till after departure

Top Euro court: UK's former snooping regime breached human rights

Oversight insufficient, slurping indiscriminate

Guess who just bought Maplin? Dragons' Den celebrity biz guy Peter Jones

Exclusive Buys IP inc website and trademark of gadget souk

We're doomed: Defra's having a cow over its Brexit IT preparations

Department at high risk of failure in case of no deal

First it was hashtags – now Amber Rudd gives us Brits knowledge on national ID cards

Ex-home sec suggests we get a tutorial on clearing cookies

Article 13 pits Big Tech and bots against European creatives

Updated - Special Report It's all about YouTube

Guess who's still in charge of your gas safety, Brits? Capita

Out of the frying pan into the... frying pan

MPs' proposal to cash in on public-private algos given a solid 'maybe'

UK.gov pats self on back in response to MPs' report on data-driven decision-making

Expanding Right To Be Forgotten slippery slope to global censorship, warn free speech fans

Top EU court to rule whether order made in France should be applied everywhere

x86 marks the spot: Dell reports upswing, keeps mum on going public

Why so hush-hush?

Activists rattle tin to take UK's pr0n block to court

ResistAV warns it's 'curtains for privacy' if age checks approved

PPI pushers now need consent to cold-call you

Regulations in Blighty tweaked to appease the masses

People's confidence in orgs holding personal data is... on the rise?

Data harvesting? Breaches? Whatevs – ICO survey

Capita onshores IBM transformer man as chief growth officer

New hire has work cut out. Say it with us: Ggnagh... gna- digital transformation

Creaky systems 'cost lives': Health secretary Matt Hancock pledges to solve NHS IT woes

Former Minister of Fun slams lack of interoperability and reliance on faxes

World Cup TV sales offset dip in computing demand says Dixons Carphone

Mobile? Don't even go there, says store-closing, data breach victim

Not so much changing their tune as enabling autotune: Facebook, Twitter bigwigs nod and smile to US senators

Google slammed for no-show

UK.gov: NHS should be compensated by firms using its data goldmine

Code of conduct will guide tech firms' work with health sector

European nations told to sort out 'digital tax' on tech giants by end of year

Tax 'em 3%, say some. Noooo! cry Luxembourg, Ireland

Google skewered in ad sting after Oracle-backed bods turn troll

Search giant complains of misrepresentation, database titan raises an eyebrow

Hundred-million Kiwi Oracle project on hold after Deloitte review

Behind schedule, over budget ... stop us if you've heard this one

Archive.org's Wayback Machine is legit legal evidence, US appeals court judges rule

Analysis Big thumbs up to Internet Archive for now

Google is 20, Chrome is 10, and Microsoft would rather ignore the Nokia deal's 5th birthday

Party poppers in Mountain View, party poopers in Redmond

Wipro can't believe its luck at sealing 10-year deal worth $1.6bn with Alight Solutions

'Our largest win to date!' squeaks excited IT consultancy

Dell EMC plucks Tech Data distie man Tomlin to run UK channels

Updated Latest exec hired to make the direct sales conflict go away

Computacenter goes Dutch, picks up Misco's Netherlands biz

Reseller boss wants in on large Euro companies HQ'd there

Trainer regrets giving straight answer to staffer's odd question

Who, Me? Pop goes the printer...

Anon man suing Google wants crim conviction to be forgotten

Bungled his paperwork by posting it to London sales HQ

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