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Wednesday September 20, 2017. 03:29 PM
Increasingly 'legalistic' approach goes against intentions for openness, says ombudsman Public bodies are taking an increasingly “legalistic” approach to disclosing information that doesn’t always support transparency, the European Union’s dodgy management watchdog...
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Issue 'endemic' across public sector, shriek experts Greater Manchester Police (GMP) currently has 1,518 PCs running on Microft's dusty operating system Windows XP, according to a Freedom of Information response.…
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C'mon, you POS... >:( Lloyds Bank has admitted that unspecified technical problems affected the operation of its Cardnet payment system on Tuesday while denying suggestions relayed to a Reg reader that it had suffered a cyber attack.…
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And now has creepy 'entity' sentiment analysis too Google Cloud's Natural Language API has become a bit more, er, insightful: it can now sort content into 700 different categories, such as Health, Hobbies & Leisure and Law & Government.…
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That's 1.9 BEEELLION records – and just you wait till GDPR More data records have been lost or stolen during the first half of 2017 (1.9 billion) than all of 2016 (1.37 billion).…
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The question is... will Western Dig give the OK? Struggling Toshiba has picked a group led by the investment firm Bain Capital to buy its memory chip business, Reuters reports.…
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Spend £50k to get just £3k per year more than non-grads University in the UK has never been more expensive. But at least doing a computer science degree guarantees a nice fat, well-paid job at the end, right? Wrong.…
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Vendors Brexploited, but components dearth played part too The average trade price of computers in Britain shot up by almost a third in the past year since the EU referendum, though a weakened pound might not tell the whole story.…
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Those are just the ones known to have downloaded outdated versions Thousands of companies may be susceptible to the same type of hack that recently struck Equifax.…
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Behold the new SCv3000 arrays, with auto-tiering, all-flash, twin controllers, 1PB raw capacity all in 3U for <$10k Dell EMC has refreshed its cheapest storage appliance by giving us the SCv3000, a successor to the SCv2000.…
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Get creative – bringbackfirefly! will not longer cut it, nerds Eggheads have produced a machine-learning system that has studied millions of passwords used by folks online to work out other passphases people are likely to use.…
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HDS, Pentaho and Hitachi Insight Group join forces, promise data-driven IoT fun Hitachi Data Systems is no more: the venerable storage vendor has been subsumed into a new outfit called “Hitachi Vantara” that says it “helps data-driven leaders find and use the value in...
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Surveillance bots are really just 'a very weird data center' Pics In a modest industrial building in Mountain View, California, on Tuesday, security startup Knightscope unveiled the latest additions to its line of 'crime-fighting robots' – the K1, a stationary weapon...
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And then filtering out all the stuff he doesn't need to read Emacs enthusiast Artur Malabarba has put the text editor to work taming Slack.…
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Sitting less than one light year apart in spiral galaxy NGC 7674 Scientists have discovered the closest-ever supermassive black hole binary system. It's in the spiral galaxy NGC 7674, and the pair of voids are separated by a distance of less than one light year.…
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Larry Ellison also pledges 'Autonomous Database' to cut the cost of – gulp – the people who run databases Oracle chair and chief technology officer has pledged to undercut Amazon Web Services pricing by 50 per cent for infrastructure-as-a-service and...
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Early issues arise with new version of OS X 10.13 Apple's next version of the macOS, High Sierra, aka 10.13, is due for general release next week, and users running the beta have already noticed a pair of issues that could cloud the rollout.…
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Bumbling fool not so much Jason Bourne as Johnny English A contractor who tried to sell trade secrets on military communication satellites to the Russians has been sent down for five years. Incredibly, it could have been longer after prosecutors alleged that he was also...
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Tuesday September 19, 2017. 11:47 PM
Crunch hearing reveals wide gulf in views, evildoer is Backpage The first Congressional hearing into a proposed law that would make American companies liable for online sex trafficking has lain bare the depths of the disagreement between lawmakers and tech giants.…
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Advertising firm sued by taxi app maker Updated Uber has filed suit against one of its advertising partners, alleging it bilked the ride-sharing giant out of 'tens of millions' of dollars.…
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