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Thursday September 14, 2017. 09:35 PM
Former National Security advisor and CIA deputy head reflect on the online world Cloudflare Internet Summit The United States needs to define a new set of international rules that decides what the cyber equivalent of a missile attack is.…
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Out of the way, I've got an IPO Spotify is embroiled in new legal objections over how it pays songwriters royalties... or doesn’t, as the songwriters insist.…
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Something smelled fishy Iceland’s home delivery service exposed sensitive customer information for months until the problem was plugged this week, a UK security researcher discovered.…
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We saw what you did there, Windows 10 web browser bods Microsoft held its Edge Web Summit on 13 September, announcing that the web browser now has “330 million active devices”, just over two years since its launch with Windows 10 in July 2015. The stat was explained as...
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Routine maintenance was just routine, not connected says retailer Argos shoppers who prefer to buy online rather than in-store via the laminated catalogue of dreams were out of luck this morning as the website crashed intermittently and pricing errors showed up.…
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Jacky Wright to lead tech for UK tax collector HMRC has named Microsoft veep Jacky Wright as its next CIO, The Register can confirm.…
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Tariq Rashid on programming AI Interview If you're going to learn about neural networks, you could do worse than learn it from someone who got five A levels (all grade As), has his MSc in Advanced Computing, and can tell you how to build your own neural network in 30 lines...
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So if re-identifying folk from anonymised data is to be a crime... The UK’s Data Protection bill has landed with a hefty thud, offering up 200-plus pages of legislation for the geeks and wonks to sink their teeth into.…
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www.howaboutno.co.uk,.uk,... nope Customers of 123-Reg are experiencing a familiar feeling of annoyance, this time over a decision to automatically register them for.UK domains, which they will then have to pay for after two years.…
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HMRC: About £1.5bn lost due to overseas sellers' tax swerve MPs have accused Amazon and eBay of profiteering out of companies based overseas that are fraudulently using their platforms to dodge VAT - and supposedly putting Brit SMEs out of business while they're at it.…
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This Chinese firm is touting plastic ones DSEI 2017 A Chinese company reckons it’s going to test fly a personal drone air taxi in the UK - letting any old bod take to the skies after bonking two buttons in an app.…
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Doctrine? More like advocacy The Ministry of Defence has issued a new strategy document for its drones, stating humans will be kept in the decision-making loop – yet critics are unhappy with the questions the doc sidesteps.…
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Feed your brain over a beer Reg Events Forget information, bitcoin, even porn. There’s only one currency that ultimately matters in the digital world, and that’s power.…
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Not looking good for the Thales Watchkeeper fleet Another two Watchkeeper drones crashed in the last year, taking the number of Watchkeepers destroyed in crashes up to four.…
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Eight months sound like enough? No? Welcome back from the summer. Feeling refreshed? Good, now let’s talk General Data Protection Regulation from the European Union, due to swing into effect on May 25, 2018. You now have eight months to get your data infrastructure, tech...
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Don't agree to new terms? No salary or bonuses for you Frankenfirm DXC Technologies is proposing to kill off the final salary pension scheme for former EDS staff and will refuse to fund pay rises and bonuses to those affected who do not sign over to the new package.…
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Carry on, X-IO: Suitcase-sized Axellio for the edge computing crowd X-IO has devised a portable Axellio all-flash server/storage system that you can take on an airline, with the flash in the overhead locker and the main enclosure in checked luggage in the hold.…
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The inevitable kick in the arse Promo Two much-publicised ransomware attacks earlier this year, including one on the NHS, have raised the profile of the ransomware menace that hangs over businesses of all sizes.…
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Backscatter boffins get Things talking over kilometres One of the favoured low-power radio techniques in Internet of Things research is “backscatter communications”: the transmitter sends a signal to a Thing, and the Thing modulates its data onto the reflection, and...
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Distributed cloud company now working on Ryzens that warm your shower French cloud concern Qarnot wants to use AMD processors to heat water.…
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