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Perusing pr0nz at work? Here's a protip: Save it in a file marked 'private'

No, your snooping boss did not breach your human rights, Euro court tells sacked Frenchman

Nobody expects the social media inquisition! OK, everybody did, UK politicos

MPs want to know what the kids are up to

Europe's Unified Patent Court fate in the balance amid German probing (yes, Brexit is in the mix)

Hör auf damit!

UK data controllers to pay ICO up to £2.4k more a year when GDPR kicks in

Gov’s bid to keep cash in data protection watchdog’s coffers

London Mayor's chief digi officer: 'Have faith and give us a chance'

Theo Blackwell says data can help capital cope with 1m more bods

Australia joins the 'decrypt it or we'll legislate' club

At least it only wants to break crypto after getting a warrant

Microsoft Australia changes App Store T&Cs to pay GST

When Australians buy apps on the Store, punters' sales taxes will come on shore

Facebook's big solution to combating election ad fraud: Snail mail

Lo-tech brainwave 'won't solve everything', says biz

*Wakes up in Chrome's post-adblockalyptic landscape* Wow, hardly anything's changed!

Web still looking pretty toxic's Brexiteers warned not to push for divergence on data protection laws

As PM lacks specifics on UK’s desired ‘adequacy-plus’ deal

James Damore's labor complaint went over about as well as his trash diversity manifesto

When the lawyer thinks you're cruel, that's Damore. When you're thrown on the street with a cloud at your feet...

Facebook told to stop stalking Belgians or face fines of €250k – a day

Second privacy ruling to go against Zuck and co in a week

Qualcomm rejects Valentine's Day takeover love-in with Broadcom

Cheapo merger terms wouldn't get past regulator, it says

Transport for London to toughen up on taxi firms in the Uber age

Sort out your safety policies... oh, and share all your travel info with us

Chrome adblockalypse will 'accelerate Google-Facebook duopoly'

Analysis And publishers – have you thought of trying something new?

FCC inspector general sticks corruption probe into chairman Ajit Pai amid $4bn media merger

Analysis Fine line between free market and favors for pals

Charity accused of leaving sensitive notes behind after office move

Updated Yep, it's another case of the unchecked filing cabinet

BBC presenter loses appeal, must pay £420k in IR35 crackdown

IT contractors warned to get house in order

Stop calling, stop calling... ICO goes gaga after home improvement biz ignores warnings

Swansea firm carries on direct marketing, lands extra fine

Roses are red, Facebook is blue. Think private means private? More fool you

NY court rules pics can be accessed if relevant to litigation

Despite the headlines, Rudd's online terror takedown tool is only part of the solution

Analysis schtum on false positives, appeals process and long-term impact

Yes, Assange, we'll still nick you for skipping bail, rules court

WikiLeaker 'considers himself above the normal rule of law' says Chief Magistrate

Let's get to know each other first: Joe Public won't share their data with just anyone

NHS most trusted with our info, survey says, social media isn't

Facebook smartmobe app's pre-ticked privacy settings violate German data protection law

Court favours consumer group in long-running dispute

Yorkshire cops have begun using on-the-spot fingerprint scanners

Civil rights groups slam trial as 'breathtakingly invasive'

Huawei claims national security is used as plausible excuse for 'protectionism'

Global government affairs veep wants trade rules to apply

US states accused of skimming cash from 911 emergency call dosh

Funds to prop up critical service diverted to bankroll other stuff, watchdog not impressed

Uber and Waymo sitting in a tree, S-E-T-T-L-I-N-G

Bitter legal brouhaha ends with smiles... from Uber, anyway

Brit regulator pats self on back over nuisance call reduction: It's just 4 billion now!

Problem? It's, er, only 60 calls per UK resident

Why aren't you being arbiters of truth? MPs scream at Facebook, YouTube, Twitter

Social media titans take heat over kremlebots and fake news

As GDPR draws close, ICANN suggests 12 conflicting ways to cure domain privacy pains

Whois and ICANN – the Sonny and Cher of internet policy

Tech giants' payouts go to everyone but affected citizens. US Supremes now urged to sort it out

AGs cry foul over Google's $8.5m class-action settlement

UK worker who sold customers' data to nuisance callers must cough up £1k

Thousands of personal details taken unlawfully, court finds

Digital version of universal credit still pricey, wobbly, failing to deliver – MPs

Too many staff, too few claimants, in-house ID system with 50% success rate...

Austrian privacy chief handed leash to EU's data protection beast

Group warms up for greater powers once GDPR hits

MPs: Lack of technical skills for Brexit could create 'damaging, unmanageable muddle'

It only took 8 months to create a recruitment framework

Uber: Ah yeah, we pay women drivers less than men. We can explain!

They drive slower, less often, and take cheap trips, joint study with Stanford concludes

Assange fails to make skipped bail arrest warrant vanish

Bad luck, Ecuador. Your cleaners must really want their cupboard back by now

UK Home Office grilled over biometrics, being clingy with folks' mugshots

Minister promises strategy in June – just six years late, then

IBM: About those agreed voluntary redundancies ... we were just kidding

It's enough to send UK staff on 'mental wellbeing days'. Done that? Talk about Big Blue!

UK PM Theresa May orders review of online abuse laws in suffrage centenary speech

And social media giants will be the ones to clean it up

Vast majority of NHS trusts have failed cyber security assessment, Brit MPs told

Don't panic, Captain Mainwaring!

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