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Hurry up and make a deal on post-Brexit data flows, would you? Think of UK business – MPs

Committee warns on potential for huge pain if there's a gap

Security guard cost bank millions by hitting emergency Off button

Who, me? Special Big Red Buttons cause big trouble

IBM wins five-year whole-of-government deal with Australia

Government trumpets savings, Big Blue trumpets quantum blockchain innovation revolution

Xiaomi's Wang: We're coming to the USA

Wants a 2019 entry. Good luck with that IT projects that are failing: Verify. Border control. 4G for blue-light services. We can go on

Watchdog notes rise in schemes at risk of flopping

Apple is Mac-ing on enterprise: Plans strategic B2B alliance with HPE

Hiring suits in UK for phase 1 of corporate conquest

Brit bank Lloyds carves out role for ex-Microsoft design guy Dan Makoski

Never mind the cuts and outsourcing – there's always room for a Chief Design Officer

Euro privacy watchdog raises eyebrows at mulled EU copyright law

Warns that wording needs to be 'as precise and clear as possible'

Ex-Intel exec Diane Bryant exits Google cloud

Could Chipzilla replace Brian with a Bryant?

India tells WhatsApp to add filters, ASAP

Riots and murder have followed fake news and 'provocation'

China wins one, loses one in US trade spats

US loosens ZTE stranglehold, but China Mobile blocked from operating as virtual carrier

Centrelink scheduled maintenance at time clients needed it most

Deep sigh, because a rush to stay compliant became a virtual DDoS

Call your MEP! Wikipedia blacks out for European YouTube vote

We'll tell you what to say

British info watchdog slaps Midlands firm with £4,500 fine. Next time, register

Data protection watchdog is always watching, CCTV firm told

As far as the gender pay gap in Britain goes, IBM could do much worse

Still work to do, and could take some lessons from Microsoft

DXC execs to investors: It's say-on-pay time. Give us a bump, would you?

Just look at these beefy margins

Dell is still a work in progress as it seeks to dominate all data

Analysis Going public is all about 'financial flexibility for future initiatives'

Feds charge Man after FCC boss Ajit Pai's kids get death threat over net neutrality axe vote

Alleged perp's apology to watchdog chairman didn't work

The strange tale of an energy biz that suddenly became a blockchain upstart – and $1.4m now forfeited in sold shares

Two blokes charged by SEC settle out of court

A £1.3m prize for a plunging share price at BT? Not so fast...

Telco faces shareholder revolt over outgoing CEO's bonus

Flipping 'ell, Dell! IT giant preps to go public again, files its homework

Five-year private ownership period to end in Q4, according to paperwork sent to the SEC

Namecheap users rage at domain transfer pain, but their supplier Enom blames... er, GDPR?

Folk stung for Nominet fees, biz promises to cover the costs

Sysadmin shut down server, it went ‘Clunk!’ but the app kept running

Who, me? So what did our reader turn off? And what was it running? Oh dear …

ZTE remakes board as demanded by USA

Some new directors have ties to Chinese elite, government

Ding dong! Dell about to go public again – report

By swallowing VMware tracking stock, but seemingly not VMware itself

Google weeps as its home state of California passes its own GDPR

Analysis Right to view, delete personal info is here – and you'll be amazed to hear why the privacy law passed so fast

Wasn't too hard, was it? UK has made 'significant progress' in spy control

UN privacy expert: Britain no longer a privacy joke, but has more to do

So... where's the rest? Xiaomi walks away from IPO with less than hoped

China star asked for a muckle, got a mickle. Will it be enough?

HP Ink's UK profits tumble nearly 85% – of course Brexit to blame

Currency fluctuation and rising component costs fingered

HMRC told AGAIN to toughen up on VAT-dodging online traders

MPs: Fraudsters still damaging public purse and businesses

Drug cops stopped techie's upgrade to question him for hours. About everything

On-Call If someone asks you why you’re working in a secure area, get your answer straight! 404s mentions of F5 Networks

Recently-litigious Citrix sinks competitive FUD docs. Why might that be?

Another staffer at mega-hacked Equifax slapped with insider trading rap

Credit agency promises eight US states it will boost cyber security measures, escapes fine

No more slurping of kids' nationalities, Brit schools told

But Department for Education admits historic data will be retained

UK taxman warned it's running out of time to deliver working customs IT system by Brexit

Well done for finally drawing up a contingency plan, though

IBM memo to staff: Our CEO Ginni is visiting so please 'act normally!'

Leaked missive insists 'no selfies, no bathroom run-ins or elevator pitches' with Rometty

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