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Snowden doc leak lists submarine'd cables tapped by spooks

El Reg's CIRCUIT, REMEDY and GERONTIC scoop verified in list of 62 popped pipes
Richard Chirgwin, 26 Nov 05:02

Guess which US tech giant was just hit with a $137m tax bill in China?

Was it Moracle? Moogle? Med Hat? Madobe? Macebook? Or maybe Mapple?
Neil McAllister, 26 Nov 04:33

NBN Co makes it official - backhaul charges will fall

CVC down by 12.5 per cent as of February 2015
Richard Chirgwin, 26 Nov 03:14

EU-Canada airline passenger data-sharing is not a done deal

MEPs ask ECJ to rule on legality of PNR agreement
Jennifer Baker, 25 Nov 14:34

MI6 oversight report on Lee Rigby murder: US web giants offer 'safe haven for TERRORISM'

PM urged to 'prioritise issue' after Facebook hindsight find
Lewis Page, 25 Nov 12:12

Whistling Google: PLEASE! Brussels can only hurt Europe, not us

+Analysis And Commish is VERY pro-Google. Why should we worry?
Andrew Orlowski, 25 Nov 09:37

And the award for the world's most tech-savvy country goes to …

… Denmark, ahead of South Korea, with Blighty climbing the charts and the USA in 12th spot
Simon Sharwood, 25 Nov 08:37

US taxmen won't say WHY they're probing Microsoft. So Redmond is suing the IRS

Auditors very interested in what happened in 2004 to 2009
Neil McAllister, 24 Nov 21:31

Mega GP tech services framework badge awarded

Insight and Phoenix IT grab Lot 2 spot of £1.2bn procurement rig
Paul Kunert, 24 Nov 17:37

Google dodges 'costly' legal precedent, settles Daniel Hegglin case

Search giant saves blushes in online abuse case
Kat Hall, 24 Nov 16:07

Gov.UK annual IT spend edges down... to £4.3 BEEELLION

But billions still going on backoffice
Kat Hall, 24 Nov 09:02
Parliament House Canberra by Flickr user OzMark17 used under CC Share and Share alike licence

Turnbull: Box-huggers are holding back cloud

Dimension Data launches government-only cloud for Australia
Simon Sharwood, 24 Nov 01:14

Opinion

Whistling Google: PLEASE! Brussels can only hurt Europe, not us

+Analysis And Commish is VERY pro-Google. Why should we worry?
Sydney Opera House Hackathon logo

Australia's going to need a standalone metadata retention bureau

Retained metadata is too valuable to be left to ISPs and carriers
Simon Sharwood, 03 Nov 21:15

News

Beware Brit cops bearing battering rams. Four nabbed over Trojan claims

Rozzers join international Europol operation
Jasper Hamill, 21 Nov 16:35

Home Office: It's an EMERGENCY! We need proper comms

Sets out contractor for modernised network
Kat Hall, 21 Nov 10:02

E-vote won't happen for next Oz election

Can't be secured, can't be done
Richard Chirgwin, 20 Nov 22:22

First Congress, now top govt watchdog digs into ICANN's internet grab

We reveal the key questions US auditors are asking over IANA takeover
Kieren McCarthy, 20 Nov 21:47

Euro digi chief 'H-dot' #twitterfail: 'My favourite app is the weather app'

Oettinger's attempt to follow Ansip goes titsup
Jennifer Baker, 20 Nov 16:59

Be real, Apple: In-app goodie grab games AREN'T FREE – EU

Cupertino stands down after Euro legal threats
Jennifer Baker, 20 Nov 15:03

After USA FREEDOM Act's failure, what's next for mass surveillance?

Analysis Patriot Act foes could be in for a disappointment
Iain Thomson, 20 Nov 13:20

You think the CLOUD's insecure? It's BETTER than UK.GOV's DATA CENTRES

We don't even know where some of them ARE – Maude
Kat Hall, 20 Nov 11:02

What a Mesa: Apple vows to re-use titsup GT sapphire glass plant

Commits to American manufacturing ... of secret tech
Jasper Hamill, 19 Nov 13:35

New Euro digi tsar 'H-dot' Oettinger to host sort-of-live Twitter chat

Send your burning questions to, er, the German Press Agency
Jennifer Baker, 19 Nov 09:36

Quebec's latest bid to break away from Canada HALTED by a single dot

Regardez ce projet de loi! Nous nous rendons!
Kieren McCarthy, 19 Nov 05:29

NSA mass spying reform KILLED by US Senators

Democrats needed just TWO more votes to keep alive bill reining in some surveillance
Iain Thomson, 19 Nov 02:30
Airware video

ATTACK OF THE DRONES: ‘Nefarious’ private use rising, says top Blighty copper

Met big boy admits most info on the subject comes from 'net
QL launch: Micro Men style

UK urged to stop bigging up startups, feed 'growing' firms

TechCity? PLEASE. Fast-growing science-based firms all outside London
The concrete blocks available for our rocket motor testing

'Pirate block' proposal back on Oz agenda

Because it works so well everywhere else
Richard Chirgwin, 18 Nov 04:02

Big shadowy orgs should stop scooping up everyone's personal info – say Google, Facebook

Tech titans want freedom to record your lives on hard drives
Neil McAllister, 18 Nov 02:01
New York's proposed wi-fi station

You know those WEIRD glass sheds in New York? They'll be replaced with Gbps WiFi

Pay-phones to be torn up and replaced with superhotspots
Shaun Nichols, 17 Nov 23:55