Painful realities of the Investigatory Powers Bill
South Korea abandons manufacturing enclave in nuclear North
Kaesong Industrial Complex to be 'completely closed', says Unification Ministry
11 Feb 05:31
Carly Fiorina makes like HP and splits – ex-CEO quits White House race
US Prez wannabe rails against 'crony capitalism', puts boot in Hillary
10 Feb 23:58
How one of the poorest districts in the US pipes Wi-Fi to families – using school buses
Coachella Valley uses its imagination for IT setup
10 Feb 20:04
Let Europeans sue America for slurping their data – US Senate
Judicial Redress Act passes
10 Feb 18:51
San Francisco prepares to open source its voting system software
Will it be the first in the nation to do so in 2019?
10 Feb 01:54
We're going to use your toothbrush to snoop on you, says US spy boss
The Internet of Things is great for us, says James Clapper
09 Feb 19:34
Did a hacker really pwn the FBI, US Homeland Security and the DoJ?
Water cooler Do we have another OPM disaster, or a NASA hack redux?
09 Feb 01:20
Privacy advocates left out of NHS care.data 'oversight' board
...while lobbyists keep their seats at the table
08 Feb 14:10
It's official: India bans Facebook's Free Basics
After months of mud-slinging and open letters
08 Feb 12:35
NBN activations to rise from 10,000 per week to 8,400 ... wait, what?
Ex-CTO unpicks growth numbers
08 Feb 00:28
Cruz missile slams into DNS overlord ICANN over Chinese censorship
Republican presidential frontrunner sends nastygram to CEO
04 Feb 19:05
Leak – UN says Assange detention 'unlawful'
Meanwhile pallid webmaster's support site wobbles
04 Feb 12:26
Universal Credit slammed by MPs: Late programme branded 'unacceptable'
Lack of transparency also catches flak from Parliament
03 Feb 10:02
UK concerned over EU law plans on trade of data for digital content
Careful, Europe. You might ruin 'very innovative business model'
02 Feb 10:39
Safe Harbor crunch time: Today's the day to hammer out privacy deal
US, Euro officials still wrangling over security services' access to your personal data
01 Feb 19:47
Uni of Manchester IT director resigns after sacking 68 people
Former Co-op Bank man leaves on his own terms – unlike many of his staff
01 Feb 17:48
'International tax' needs reform. Google's chicken bill makes me chuckle – comms guy
'We would like to be seen to be paying the right amount'
01 Feb 10:30
EU agency warns of cyber risks from using big data tools
Yep. Businesses' privacy is also at risk
01 Feb 09:51
UK taxpayers should foot £2bn or more to adopt Snoopers' Charter, says Inquiry
IPB Parliamentary committee says bill would otherwise undermine the tech sector
01 Feb 00:01
State Department finds 22 classified emails in Hillary’s server, denies wrongdoing
Timing is everything
30 Jan 00:48
UK Home Sec's defence of bulk spying: We 'found' a paedo (we already knew about)
IPB Terrible Theresa's evidence is 'full of holes'
29 Jan 16:54
Sorry slacktivists: The Man is shredding your robo responses
It's sad 'cos u care SO much about issues, you even tweet about them
29 Jan 12:31