PS: Don't forget to try to cash in on public data – MPs
We meant 1,000. Maybe 2,000
'We can't delete court cases, and you can't make us'
Carrier misled customers over NBN, Federal Court finds
It's not a real problem until a Congressman is affected
MPs angry about poor responses, Zuckerberg snub. CEO faces Euro politicos
Plan to paint US, China and Russia as rogues gather steam
Europe, America getting twitchy about web search dominance
Hitches NHS cart to data, AI bandwagon, as medical groups urge patient choice
Unclear if employees wanted to figure out shape of him
So ministers hit the airwaves to reveal looming ‘obligation’ for rapid abuse takedown and colossal fines for not doing it
Literally the 12th time corporate revenue put ahead of society and culture
Seeing as you love moratoriums on following the rules so much, how 'bout we get one, too?
Privacy International gets another shot at shadowy Investigatory Powers Tribunal
But case will go ahead as judge rejects bid for dismissal
UK Gov reckons it could lose up to £1.2bn due to IR35 non-compliance
French outsourcer to handle applications process
Vulture goes to tribunal and gets the law changed
Upcoming 5G storyline could make The FCC a ratings killer
Universal credit consultant takes on taxman over IR35 law
CPS failed to protect data of victims of serious sex offences
True lies from SEC designed to educate - hang on, what's the interest rate on this thing?
Brussels wants a ‘full and detailed explanation’ – good luck with that, folks!
No deal! No talks! Fake news! China bad! So much winning!
Republicans at least argue for bipartisan legislation – so sort-of progress?
Calls to scrap 'arbitrary' cap as MPs launch bid to draft reforms
Data Protection Bill ping-pongs as MPs and peers battle over press regulations
That sound you can hear is laughter from Oracle HQ
Eat your fibre, it's good for you!
Voda UK remains 'sick man of Europe', though – analyst
Hey Google. How will we eat?
Committee questions its ability to cope with Brexit (again)
Jobs, schmobs: ZTE's about national security, stupid, say Republicans
Accessors of 'large amounts' of data pre-2014 get time-out pending probe
Is this how you tame the beast, though?
At an inquiry into news and ads, of all things. Is Big Red playing a deeper game?
Sanctions for Chinese networks-and-smartmobe outfit one week, diplomacy the next
Public Accounts Committee recommends department chains its wallet shut
We've got 39 questions and Zuck has answered none
Telstra bins own-brand phones, seeks alternative supplier
Florida Man gets one hell of a phone bill for nuisance calls
Judge's ruling won't be much help to this bloke going through the courts, though
Idiot's guide to keeping your GDPR nose clean