Meanwhile, Norks deny Sony hacker ever existed
Why don't I feel terribly reassured?
Oversight insufficient, slurping indiscriminate
Department at high risk of failure in case of no deal
Ex-home sec suggests we get a tutorial on clearing cookies
Updated - Special Report It's all about YouTube
UK.gov pats self on back in response to MPs' report on data-driven decision-making
Top EU court to rule whether order made in France should be applied everywhere
ResistAV warns it's 'curtains for privacy' if age checks approved
Regulations in Blighty tweaked to appease the masses
Data harvesting? Breaches? Whatevs – ICO survey
Former Minister of Fun slams lack of interoperability and reliance on faxes
Not so much changing their tune as enabling autotune: Facebook, Twitter bigwigs nod and smile to US senators
Google slammed for no-show
Code of conduct will guide tech firms' work with health sector
Tax 'em 3%, say some. Noooo! cry Luxembourg, Ireland
Search giant complains of misrepresentation, database titan raises an eyebrow
Analysis Big thumbs up to Internet Archive for now
Who, Me? Pop goes the printer...
Bungled his paperwork by posting it to London sales HQ
Analysis MEPs remind everyone Facebook wasn't hauled off list. Roll on, review 2.0
Updated SB 822, passed by Senate and Assembly, now has to be passed by, er, the Senate again
But nothing is what is seems when it comes to Section 702 programs
Judicial review into law launched
Millions to be spent on a feasibility study to see if Brits can do their own thing in space
Analysis But, hey, it's not like it had been warned hundreds of times over several years...
Analysis Time for the internet to grow up? Critical US DMCA safe harbor rules in the spotlight
Is there poison in the chalice that Stephen will Rue?
To save the BBC, and local journalism
Well, not a surprise, since most governments are hopeless. 'Password123' is just the start
Or, as the Zuckerborg puts it, 'inauthentic coordinated behaviour'
That's if there's still a government to pass the amendments
Ad giant 'intentionally complicated' opt-out systems
ICANN appeals its appeal and tells German courts yet again that they're wrong
Legal battle #433 over Pai's push to kill off rules
Think tank calls for open standards, interoperability
£100k to sort borders, immigration, biometrics systems by 2019. Did we mention it's in Croydon?