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MPs sceptical of plan for IT to save the day after UK quits customs union

Jesus, you're not relying on government tech, are you?

Sky customer dinged for livestreaming pay-per-view boxing to Facebook

It's a mystery how they found out. Call Sherlock

India denies breach of its billion-strong 'Aadhaar' ID system

Journo who bought data has been named in police complaint

Memo man Damore is back – with lawyers: Now Google sued for 'punishing' white men

We're now into minute 21 of his 15 minutes of fame

Supremes asked to mull legality of Silicon Valley privacy 'slush funds'

Analysis When watchdogs don't watch

CCTV commish: Bring all surveillance systems under code of practice

Proliferation of video tracking in Blighty 'undermines' efforts to improve

UK exam chiefs: About the compsci coursework you've been working on. It means diddly-squat

But you still have to do it, kids

Amazon coughs up record amount of info to subpoena-happy US government

Fully obliged Uncle Sam in almost half of cases

£185k in fines rain down on dodgy PIs and claims firm for illegal data slurp

Adjust for THIS loss, says court as it hands out record penalty

South Australia bins emergency alert app, contract

Software couldn't tell when its own arse was on fire admits porn age checks could harm small ISPs and encourage risky online behaviour

It’s happening, but here are the problems it could cause

Women reboot gender discrimination lawsuit against Google

Chocolate Factory hit with ex-Googlers' revised pay-gap complaint

IBM lobs sueball at travel site Expedia for using some old Prodigy patents

Big Blue is trippin' over 1980s web tech

ICO slammed for 'unfair' approach to FoI appeal by UK judges

Upper Tribunal says commish should have viewed materials in drone strike info request herself

Captain Morgan told off for Snapchat lens: That grog be aimed at kiddies

Arrr! Booze brand in Davey Jones' locker with ads watcher

Of course we don't spy on our users, giggles China's WeChat

Spoiler: Social media app was fined last year for not doing that exact thing

Time's up: Grace period for Germany's internet hate speech law ends

Twitter, Facebook boot off far-right politician over racist tweet

UK security chief: How 'bout a tax for tech firms that are 'uncooperative' on terror content?

Because the state has a great track record of recouping tax from internet giants

Online GP surgery biz Babylon gives up fight against Brit health watchdog, owes £11k

App maker wanted to keep 'inaccurate' review private

Bigmouth ex-coppers who fed media MP pr0nz story face privacy probe

Bob Quick, Neil Lewis referred to UK data watchdog by 'disappointed' Met Police

Hancock's hour: Minister of fun makes quips as GDPR questions cover old ground

'Free flow of data, free flow of data, free flow of data'

Facebook folds fake news flag: We're not disputing that

No flowers for 'Disputed' tag's grave. No dancers either. Nobody noticed really

Surveillance law slip-up in sight for staff stalking citizens on socials

UK councils warned of thin line between overt and covert snooping

Euro Patent Office fails miserably in key accountability case

Administrative Council underlines real concerns with European patent regime

TPG joins the NBN speed-fail refund club

100 Mbps? Tell 'em they're dreaming, son

Totally shock claim: Comcast accused of gouging TV rivals

Wow, who'd have thought it?

Comms-slurping public bodies in UK need crash course in copy 'n' paste

When IP address resolution cock-ups = cuffing wrong people

What's taking so long? pressed over continued delays to biometrics strategy

While you're at it, let's have some specifics on what you tell police about facial recog tech

Ofcom sees off legal threat over 5G auction terms

Three says it is 'disappointed' and plans to appeal pushes ahead with legal right to 10Mbps

Soz BT, your offer is not wanted...

European court: Let's not kid ourselves, Uber. You're a transport firm, not a 'digital service'

Trying year for 'taxi' company

Oh good, half of Defra's Brexit projects involve IT

Don't worry, many of those are now in 'discovery' phase...

Autsch! Germany slaps Facebook in its abusive little face for 'limitlessly amassing data'

Monopoly watchdog nicht glücklich about Zuck's info suck

US senators rail against effort to sneak through creepy mass spying bill

We must have public debate on warrantless snooping, demands bipartisan gang

Last week: Microsoft accused of covering up rape claim. This week: Microsoft backs anti-cover-up law ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Proposed legislation just in the nick of time

France gives WhatsApp a month to get slurps in order or face fine

Regulator questions legality of transferring data to Facebook

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