Photographer can't cash in on primate pics
Court rubber-stamps Max Schrems' class action
Pre-emptive arrest for pirates in Karnataka
Cloud colossus still fondling DoD's top non-secrets for now
Mikey Dickerson plans change in move from Google to running government IT
Umina trial also delivers 30 mbps uploads, but exact rig used not revealed
Teen boys eclipsed in A* GCSE Computing rankings
ANOTHER pricy project to prop up barely used G-Cloud?
Do Brits risk arrest for watching beheading video nasty? We asked the fuzz
US judge questions harsh sentence sought by prosecutors
Plod accused of illegally snooping on top govt officials
'Reset rating keeps secrets on one-dole-to-rule-them-all plan', say MPs
Don't pretend it's a freedom of speech issue – interim commish
No Mr Fuzz, don't ask a crime victim to be your pal on Facebook
Exclusive Met Police calls for mandatory passwords on all new mobes
Oracle code and kit to be tended by NTT
Defeat to Raytheon branded 'catastrophic result'
Department of Transportation starts cogs turning for another wireless comms standard
Give a penguinista a hug, the Outlook's not good for open source's poster child
Local UK gov outs most ridiculous FoI requests...
HMRC warns fines could also be imposed
Wireless Armour ads promising radiation-free wedding tackle labelled 'misleading'
Man at hardware store was right: name brands DO last longer
Mandarins won't get encryption keys, Cook & Co promises ... scout's honor
Is that you, 007? Is that you, 007?
Rimini's wrong on Oracle database licence, says judge
Read the paperwork very carefully - or fall victim to marketing shysters
Judge says Rimini Street pinched Larry's goodies
Cable firms step away amidst heat on conflict of interest
Apple workers Think Different – allegedly
If we see you on the road - that's €25k
Campaigners file complaint with watchdog FTC
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- Microsoft refuses to nip 'Windows 9' unzip lip slip
- Tesla: YES – We'll build a network of free Superchargers in Oz
- True fact: 1 in 4 Brits are now TERRORISTS
- US Copyright Office rules that monkeys CAN'T claim copyright over their selfies