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Whistleblower behind PM's daughter scholarship leak must wait for fate

Magistrate says she needs about five weeks to consider the case
Darren Pauli, 23 Oct 02:41

Warning to those who covet the data of Internet of Precious Things

There's nothing for you here: it's personal data – watchdogs
OUT-LAW.COM, 22 Oct 10:07

Computer misuse: Brits could face LIFE IN PRISON for serious hacking offences

Vague wording leads to legal uncertainty, says JCHR
Kelly Fiveash, 22 Oct 08:02

San Franciscans: Lyft and UberX want to take you to the airport

If your driver doesn't pull you out of the car and smash your phone first, that is
Shaun Nichols, 22 Oct 01:44

Lords take revenge on REVENGE PORN publishers

Jilted Johns and Jennies with busy fingers face two years inside

ICO warns UK broadcasters over filming using drones

Must comply with data protection rules, m'kay?
OUT-LAW.COM, 21 Oct 08:02

Voteware source code seeker found not to be vexatious

Hobart lawyer wins next round in EasyCount code battle
Richard Chirgwin, 20 Oct 23:19

ISPs handbagged: BLOCK knock-off sites, rules beak

Historic trademark victory, but sunset clause applies to future blocks
Andrew Orlowski, 20 Oct 16:12

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

Are you a gun owner? Let us in OR ELSE, say Blighty's top cops

Downrange Populist campaign goes off at half cock
Gareth Corfield, 19 Oct 13:30

'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
Use google.com button

SCREW YOU, EU: BBC rolls out Right To Remember as Google deletes links

Not even Google can withstand the power of Auntie
Jasper Hamill, 17 Oct 15:57
france

French 'terror law' declares WAR on the INTERNET itself, say digi-rights folks

Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité: Two out of three ain't bad
Jennifer Baker, 17 Oct 14:02

'Dancing Jesus' file-sharer found guilty

'Trix' unmasked as Leicestershire man
Andrew Orlowski, 17 Oct 10:34

Opinion

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
London BMW 5-Series police car

Are you a gun owner? Let us in OR ELSE, say Blighty's top cops

Downrange Populist campaign goes off at half cock
Gareth Corfield, 19 Oct 13:30
Spying image

Wide-ranging UK DATA SHARING moves one step closer

Comment Report shelved as government looks for quick fix
Bisley rifle range target. Credit: Darryl Stark

Be nice to the public, PC Plod. Especially if you're trying to stop terrorists

Opinion Op Solitaire targets extremism risks via rifle clubs. And gets it SO wrong
Gareth Corfield, 04 Oct 13:50

News

WikiLeaks reveals new draft of Trans-Pacific Partnership

+Comment Secret treaty getting nastier on copyright and related matters
Simon Sharwood, 17 Oct 07:04

Solaris fix-it firm offers free BASH patch for legacy Oracle kit

Sets up camp on moral high ground as lawsuit rages on
Gavin Clarke, 16 Oct 11:13

Right To Be Forgotten in the US: Americans wanna be like EU-oo-oo, says watchdog

Why can't you forget about us Yanks as well, Google asked
Jennifer Baker, 15 Oct 12:42

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

I didn't invent Bitcoin! Send Bitcoin to help me fight this slur – Dorian Nakamoto

Old bloke wants to give Newsweek a kick in the legals
Jasper Hamill, 14 Oct 13:54

Judge nukes Ulbricht's complaint about WARRANTLESS FBI Silk Road server raid

Forrest sides with prosecutors, says search was legal
Shaun Nichols, 11 Oct 00:42

Europe mulls weaker 'right to be forgotten' Google rule

Could cut out heart out of Data Protection Regulation
Jennifer Baker, 10 Oct 17:27

Wide-ranging UK DATA SHARING moves one step closer

Comment Report shelved as government looks for quick fix

Google hauls Java-on-Android spat into US Supreme Court

If at first you partially succeed, try, try again
Simon Sharwood, 09 Oct 06:31

Hey, non-US websites – FBI don't have to show you any stinkin' warrant

Prosecutors in Silk Road raid trial: If you're outside the US, you're fair game for hacking
Neil McAllister, 08 Oct 19:34

Google in 'right to be forgotten' snub probe: Ireland tackles moans

US giant refused to scrub links to our past, complainers tell privacy watchdog
Jennifer Baker, 08 Oct 18:16

Twitter sues US government for right to disclose NOTHING

Avian network wants to report snooping requests that haven't happened
Simon Sharwood, 08 Oct 06:32
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Woman says narco-cops used her PICS to snare drug lords on Facebook

They took my phone and made a fake profile, she alleges
Shaun Nichols, 08 Oct 03:27
Bored girl

NetList returns Diablo's ULLtraDIMM sueball with counter-injunction

Which drags SanDisk into this flashy legal mess
Chris Mellor, 07 Oct 20:02
Euro notes

Euro probe headed for Amazon's tax back door

Report says Luxembourgian dealings to be scrutinised
Simon Sharwood, 07 Oct 06:32
Nvidia

US Trade Commission to chase NVIDIA's Samsung sueball

GPU dispute seeks to black out latest Galaxies
Simon Sharwood, 07 Oct 04:29
Bisley rifle range target. Credit: Darryl Stark

Be nice to the public, PC Plod. Especially if you're trying to stop terrorists

Opinion Op Solitaire targets extremism risks via rifle clubs. And gets it SO wrong
Gareth Corfield, 04 Oct 13:50
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Worst. Comic. Book. Ever. Marvell's Chipman defeated by France in another patent battle

US biz slapped with $1.7m bill over wireless network tech
Neil McAllister, 03 Oct 23:21