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Edward who? GCHQ boss dodges Snowden topic during last speech

UK spies would rather 'walk' than do 'mass surveillance'
John Leyden, 21 Oct 15:32

Lords take revenge on REVENGE PORN publishers

Jilted Johns and Jennies with busy fingers face two years inside

Senators plot metadata pushback as requests keep expanding

ACMA report reveals vast scale of access by agencies
Richard Chirgwin, 20 Oct 23:14

Australia puts itself back into Beta

Our land is girt by CSS borrowed from the motherland
Simon Sharwood, 20 Oct 21:46

China is ALREADY spying on Apple iCloud users, claims watchdog

Attack harvests users' info at iPhone 6 launch
Iain Thomson, 20 Oct 20:55

China gets free pass from EU commish as telco probe dropped

I'm scratching your back, Gao, now how about it for our guys?
Jennifer Baker, 20 Oct 13:58

Ex-US Navy fighter pilot MIT prof: Drones beat humans - I should know

'Missy' Cummings on UAVs, smartcars and dying from boredom

The 'fun-nification' of computer education – good idea?

Battle of Ideas Compulsory code schools, luvvies love it, but what about Maths and Physics?
Andrew Orlowski, 20 Oct 11:59

EU digi tzar: 'I like the nickname STEELIE NEELIE. Yeah, why not'

Regrets, I've had a few ... says outgoing commish
Kelly Fiveash, 20 Oct 11:48

Police stats inflate the number of guns actually stolen in Blighty

Analysis Guns, or objects licensed as guns? Big difference between the two
Gareth Corfield, 20 Oct 10:03

Oz privacy comish says breaches could double this year

Åustralian outfits have already 'fessed up to sixty breaches since March 2014
Darren Pauli, 20 Oct 05:14

'Cowardly, venomous trolls' threatened with TWO-YEAR sentences for menacing posts

UK government: 'Taking a stand against a baying cyber-mob'
Kelly Fiveash, 19 Oct 13:00
David Cameron, UK prime minister

Happiness economics is bollocks. Oh, UK.gov just adopted it? Er ...

Worstall @ the Weekend Opportunity doesn't knock; it costs us instead
Tim Worstall, 19 Oct 10:00

FCC looks to boost next-gen wireless networks with 24GHz study

Watchdog examines plans to add new spectrum room
Shaun Nichols, 18 Oct 02:02

Opinion

The 'fun-nification' of computer education – good idea?

Battle of Ideas Compulsory code schools, luvvies love it, but what about Maths and Physics?
Sportsman with moderated rifle in snow. Pic: Juha Perovuo

Police stats inflate the number of guns actually stolen in Blighty

Analysis Guns, or objects licensed as guns? Big difference between the two
Gareth Corfield, 20 Oct 10:03

Martha Lane Fox: YEUCH! The Internet is MADE by MEN?!?

Comment Sisters, overthrow the phallic patriarchy of the packet
Andrew Orlowski, 15 Oct 16:26

News

Australian spookhaus busted for warrantless tap of own phones

Stop laughing: it also messed up civilian telecoms intercepts and is about to get more powers
Simon Sharwood, 17 Oct 02:04

Data cops in charge of Facebook, LinkedIn, Google get a new office

But HQ remains next to corner store in the middle of Irish nowhere
Jennifer Baker, 16 Oct 16:31

Euro Commission drags Belgium to court over telco regulator's independence

Ministerial veto must be, er, vetoed, Eurocrats demand
Jennifer Baker, 16 Oct 10:37

Arab States make play for greater government control of the internet

Nerds told to get lost in last-minute power grab bid at UN meeting
Kieren McCarthy, 16 Oct 01:26

Martha Lane Fox: YEUCH! The Internet is MADE by MEN?!?

Comment Sisters, overthrow the phallic patriarchy of the packet
Andrew Orlowski, 15 Oct 16:26

New EU digi tsar survives Twitter grillling

Ansip takes questions of 140 chars or less
Jennifer Baker, 15 Oct 15:39

Don't bother telling people if you lose their data, say Euro bods

Analysis You read that right – with the proviso that it's encrypted
OUT-LAW.COM, 15 Oct 11:14

World govts elect Swiss big cheese as their new ICANN point man

'I'll support and strengthen minorities' he said in a brie-fing
Kieren McCarthy, 15 Oct 00:05
School of Rock

Australia throws coding for kids a lifeline in industry plan

New 'Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda' to fund trial of IBM's P-TECH model
Simon Sharwood, 14 Oct 22:27

South Korea faces $1bn bill after hackers raid national ID database

Father of Asian internet warns all is lost
Iain Thomson, 14 Oct 19:35

Knives out for new EU rules forcing govts to reveal hacker attacks

What's that? Something you don't want to share with class?
Jennifer Baker, 14 Oct 18:49

NO MORE DOUBLE IRISH, thunders Dublin. Erm, from 2020 that is

And heyyy - check out our new 'patent box' scheme before ye go, fellers
Jennifer Baker, 14 Oct 16:07
Neelie Kroes signs eID

New e-Signature rules: Shouldn't WE be using it? – Steelie Neelie

eID rules rolled out in Europe, except in EU institutions
Jennifer Baker, 14 Oct 14:37
Nokia sign dismantled, with letters rearranged to spell 'ONKIA'

Finnish PM: Apple has DESTROYED FINLAND

Well, the mobile phone manufacturing bit, anyway
Jasper Hamill, 14 Oct 09:27

€2 BILLION: Steelie Neelie wants US to pay for her Big Data splurge

Don't worry about privacy, just think of the jobs
Parliament House Canberra by Flickr user OzMark17 used under CC Share and Share alike licence

Can do better: Tech industry report on Australia's tech curriculum

Freelancer CEO Matt Barrie ropable, blames intractable teachers for resistance to new subject
Simon Sharwood, 13 Oct 06:50

Want a customer's call records Mr Plod? No probs

EE, Three and Vodafone automate delivery of comms data requests
Paul Kunert, 12 Oct 17:27