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Friday December 21, 2018. 12:20 AM
Just human error, internet giant shrugs after GDPR request went wrong. No sh!t, Sherlock A German man was very confused when he received, at his request, all the information that Amazon possessed on him.…
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Thursday December 20, 2018. 11:40 PM
Courts crack down on Cupertino idiot-tax operation as tech patent war explodes The iPhone has been removed from sale in Germany after a Munich court issued an injunction against Apple amid its ongoing patent fight with Qualcomm.…
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Pair on cyber-espionage rap, HPE, IBM and their clients said to be among those hit Two men, linked to the Chinese government, stand accused of hacking cloud giants, aerospace and defense companies, chip designers, US government agencies – including the Navy – and other...
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Risk of causing even more embuggerance is high, we repeat: high Comment As the Gatwick drones chaos rolls on, with the airport now set to reopen at 8pm UK time at the earliest*, many people have been asking a simple question: why the hell can't the authorities just shoot...
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Adtech monolith had won previous High Court fight against NT1 Google has settled a legal case brought against it by a convicted criminal who wanted the adtech company to delete embarrassing search results about his criminal past.…
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Dell tech (EMC and VMware) utterly dominate with Nutanix following HPE, Cisco, and NetApp are grabbing at the tail end of a fast-growing converged-slash-hyper-converged market that is utterly dominated by Dell's EMC and VMware businesses and HCI specialist Nutanix.…
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Dara and pals told to hand over yet another cash wodge for hack it spent $100k covering up Uber has been slapped with a €400,000 fine by the French data protection agency for the hack that exposed the data of 57 million users.…
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Almost a third spent on outsourcing digital, legal skills The UK Information Commissioner's Office has spent almost £2.5m on its probe into the use of data analytics for political purposes – but has just two staff from its tech division working on the case.…
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Suit claims Facebook misrepresented data-sharing, misled users with confusing privacy settings US capital Washington DC has sued Facebook, slamming the biz for lax oversight, misleading privacy settings and taking two years to 'fess up to mass data harvesting.…
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Save now, learn later Events If you’re the forward thinking sort, you’ll be considering what machine learning and artificial intelligence can do for you in the next couple of years - and what it’s all going to cost.…
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Sightings continue to be reported as airport cites 'deliberate attempt to disrupt flights' Updated No flights have arrived or left London's Gatwick Airport since just before 21:00 UTC last night after drones were apparently spotted over the airspace.…
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Euro court mulls whether site operators should share compliance responsibility with info-slurping giants In a case being considered by the European Court of Justice (CJEU), Advocate General Michal Bobek argued on Wednesday that website operators should share some...
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Windows giant mulls gobbling up network kit maker, according to anon insiders Microsoft is considering buying Mellanox, according to a report on Wednesday by an Israeli financial newspaper.…
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No one likes a lying asshole Comment Let's get one thing straight right off the bat: Facebook, its CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and its COO Sheryl Sandberg, and its public relations people, and its engineers have lied. They have lied repeatedly. They have lied exhaustively. They...
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Wednesday December 19, 2018. 11:23 PM
You know that Hub that we forced you to buy? Yeah, we've messed with that one, too Updated Pity the poor users of Logitech's Harmony smart home system: last year they were told the manufacturer was going to brick its Link hub and forced them to buy the latest version. This...
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If 2019 is the year you try AWS Lambda et al, then here are pitfalls to look out for Serverless computing, which does actually involve servers, has been touted as a way to reduce computing costs though its pay-per-use model and to free developers from operational concerns.…
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Update Internet Explorer now after Google detects attacks in the wild Microsoft today emitted an emergency security patch for a flaw in Internet Explorer that hackers are exploiting in the wild to hijack computers.…
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If there isn't a name by 28 February – ooo, just you wait The US has been told once again to appoint a permanent ombudsperson to oversee the deal governing transatlantic data flows, but this time has been given a deadline.…
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Spotted by infosec startup Area 1, according to NYT The New York Times has published what it says are excerpts from hacked EU diplomatic cables that a cybersecurity company apparently made available to reporters.…
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Facebook blasted by claims 150+ firms had special access to user data Facebook has found itself the subject of yet more shouty headlines as details of deals that gave more than 150 companies special access to user data were spilled.…
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