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US Treasury goes after IT shops for funneling cash to North Korea

Meanwhile, Norks deny Sony hacker ever existed

UK networks have 'no plans' to bring roaming fees back after Brexit

Why don't I feel terribly reassured?

Top Euro court: UK's former snooping regime breached human rights

Oversight insufficient, slurping indiscriminate

We're doomed: Defra's having a cow over its Brexit IT preparations

Department at high risk of failure in case of no deal

First it was hashtags – now Amber Rudd gives us Brits knowledge on national ID cards

Ex-home sec suggests we get a tutorial on clearing cookies

Article 13 pits Big Tech and bots against European creatives

Updated - Special Report It's all about YouTube

MPs' proposal to cash in on public-private algos given a solid 'maybe' pats self on back in response to MPs' report on data-driven decision-making

Expanding Right To Be Forgotten slippery slope to global censorship, warn free speech fans

Top EU court to rule whether order made in France should be applied everywhere

Activists rattle tin to take UK's pr0n block to court

ResistAV warns it's 'curtains for privacy' if age checks approved

PPI pushers now need consent to cold-call you

Regulations in Blighty tweaked to appease the masses

People's confidence in orgs holding personal data is... on the rise?

Data harvesting? Breaches? Whatevs – ICO survey

Creaky systems 'cost lives': Health secretary Matt Hancock pledges to solve NHS IT woes

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 NHS should be compensated by firms using its data goldmine

Code of conduct will guide tech firms' work with health sector

European nations told to sort out 'digital tax' on tech giants by end of year

Tax 'em 3%, say some. Noooo! cry Luxembourg, Ireland

Google skewered in ad sting after Oracle-backed bods turn troll

Search giant complains of misrepresentation, database titan raises an eyebrow's Wayback Machine is legit legal evidence, US appeals court judges rule

Analysis Big thumbs up to Internet Archive for now

Trainer regrets giving straight answer to staffer's odd question

Who, Me? Pop goes the printer...

Anon man suing Google wants crim conviction to be forgotten

Bungled his paperwork by posting it to London sales HQ

Two years later and it still sucks: Privacy Shield progress panned

Analysis MEPs remind everyone Facebook wasn't hauled off list. Roll on, review 2.0

Golden State passes gold-standard net neutrality bill by 58-17

Updated SB 822, passed by Senate and Assembly, now has to be passed by, er, the Senate again

US government upends critical spying case with new denial

But nothing is what is seems when it comes to Section 702 programs

Campaigners call for immigration exemption in UK's Data Protection Act to be scrapped

Judicial review into law launched

UK getting ready to go it alone on Galileo

Millions to be spent on a feasibility study to see if Brits can do their own thing in space

Facebook admits it was 'too slow' to ban Myanmar regime

Analysis But, hey, it's not like it had been warned hundreds of times over several years...

As porn site pounds hard on piracy laws, Cox pulls out prematurely

Analysis Time for the internet to grow up? Critical US DMCA safe harbor rules in the spotlight

Incoming NBN boss inheriting regulation, service headaches

Is there poison in the chalice that Stephen will Rue?

Tax the tech giants and ISPs until the bits squeak – Corbyn

To save the BBC, and local journalism

'Surprise!' West Oz gummint is hopeless at information security

Well, not a surprise, since most governments are hopeless. 'Password123' is just the start

Facebook brings banhammer down on over 650 pro-Iranian 'fake news' accounts

Or, as the Zuckerborg puts it, 'inauthentic coordinated behaviour'

MyHealth Record privacy legislation published

That's if there's still a government to pass the amendments

Bloke hurls sueball over Google's 'is it off yet?' location data slurping

Ad giant 'intentionally complicated' opt-out systems

Internet overseer continues wall-punching legal campaign

ICANN appeals its appeal and tells German courts yet again that they're wrong

Mozilla accuses FCC of abdicating its role, ignoring comments in net neutrality lawsuit

Legal battle #433 over Pai's push to kill off rules told data-sharing plans need vendor buy-in

Think tank calls for open standards, interoperability

Home Office seeks Brexit tech boss – but doesn't splash the cash

£100k to sort borders, immigration, biometrics systems by 2019. Did we mention it's in Croydon?

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