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Lloyds Bank bans Bitcoin purchases by credit card customers

B-b-b.. is that the sound of a bubble bursting?

South Wales cops crow about facial recognition arrests on social media

Cams on in Cardiff as activists decry 'infringement' of rights

Peers approve Brit film board as pr0n overlords despite concerns

Calls to iron out age-verification method and appeals process

Nunes FBI memo: Yep, it's every bit as terrible as you imagined

Analysis The day Congress becomes a supermarket tabloid

Facebook-basher Schrems raises enough dosh to get his Noyb out

300k Euro fundraising leads to privacy NGO

This is why we can't have nice things, BT tells Global Services after 3% sales droop

Will no one rid me of this turbulent beast?

Capita contract probed after thousands of clinical letters stuffed in a drawer somewhere

It was not contractually obliged to forward them so...

India signals ban on cryptocurrencies, embraces blockchain

Updated Doubles spending on digitisation efforts – and tariffs on electronics

Cox blocked! ISP may avoid $25m legal bill for letting punters pirate music online

Appeals court says copyright battle went copy-wrong

Info Commish offers privacy addicts a 12-step GDPR programme

Get clean from your data sins

UK data watchdog whacks £300k fine on biz that made 9 million nuisance calls

Scouse firm bought data without checking permissions

Crim-checker IT system update fail has cost UK taxpayer 'MEEELLIONS'

MPs give Disclosure and Barring Service a lashing

FBI slams secret Nunes memo alleging Feds spied on Team Trump for political reasons

Analysis Partisan nonsense engulfs law enforcement

Govt 'comprehensively ignored' advice over NHS data-sharing deal

Health committee calls for immediate ban on use of 'unacceptable' agreement

Should ISPs pay to block pirate websites? Supreme Court to decide

BT and EE take it all the way to the top

FYI: That Hawaii missile alert was no UI blunder. Someone really thought the islands were toast

False text probe reveals screw up after screw up mass data slurping ruled illegal – AGAIN

Another blow for Snooper's Charter

Dodgy parking firms to be denied access to Brit driver database putting the brakes on rogue slurping for profit

Julian Assange to UK court: Put an end to my unwarranted Ecuadorean couch-surf

Well, OK, there is a warrant. About that... – WikiLawyers

Larry's steely grip on Oracle led to 'conflicts of interest' in NetSuite buy-out, court told

Big Red's lawyers say $9.3bn deal was 'playbook' acquisition

Ex-staffer sues UK's DWP, claims superior blabbed confidential medical info

Manchester man seeks £50k damages for alleged data leak

Hey – cute tweaks to snoop regime. Your EU law reading needs work

Privacy bods rip into attempts to make Investigatory Powers Act legal

If you've ever wondered whether the FCC boss is a Big Cable stooge – well, wonder no more

Analysis Ajit Pai throws hissy fit at first sign of criticism

EU bods up GDPR ante: Threatens legislative laggards with ‘infringement procedure’

Only 2 member states have adapted national legislation – SMEs, citizens still in dark

Schrems can't throw collective sueball at Facebook but individual action OK

It's not a knock-out: Fbook's privacy status will be tested in Austrian court

Trans-Pacific Partnership returns, without Trump but more 'comprehensive'

And still secret, so we can't say if Silicon Valley's fair use booster survived

Biggest Washington DC lobbyist is now a tech giant (yes, it's Google)

Big Internet dominates US political pressure splurging

France gives les citoyens the right to cock up official paperwork

Forgot your tax return, mon ami? Pas de problem!

What is.GDPR? Survey suggests smaller firms living under rocks as EU privacy regs loom

While Facebook boasts tools to help users 'manage their data'

H-1B visa hopefuls, green card holders are feeling the wrath of 'America first' Trump

Immigrants, and those who employ them, had better be legit

Cold calling director struck off for ‘flagrant’ breach of duties

Halifax man didn’t pay HMRC but forked out on 2 houses and a wedding

£60m, five years late... Tag criminal tagging as a 'catastrophic waste' of taxpayers' cash

UK government beancounters aren't happy with the MoJ

IBM UK's pre-Xmas GTS head-chop: THWACK! Is that it?

Unsure on-shore: When it comes to staff ratio, you hit it then quit it... right? Right?

Australian Senate vote-counting-ware contract a complete shambles

Auditor says the right people were elected, probably, despite security and other messes

Murdoch to Zuckerberg: Cough up cash, nerd

Here comes the great defender of journalism – and he wants Facebook to pay for news

Facebook grows a conscience, admits it corroded democracy

Mr Zuckerberg, are we the baddies?

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