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Friday June 29, 2018. 10:02 PM
Right to view, delete personal info is here – and you'll be amazed to hear why the privacy law passed so fast Analysis California has become the first state in the US to pass a data privacy law – with governor Jerry Brown signing the California Consumer Privacy Act of...
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Infosec wizards show how spies can snoop on website traffic, redirect browsers over 4G Boffins have demonstrated how intelligence agencies and well-resourced hackers can potentially spy on people – by studying and meddling with mobile data flying over the airwaves.…
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You will obey! You will obey! You will obey! You will obey! Nine tenths of us pathetic meatbags are just itching for a benevolent AI to take charge of our affairs and make all the big decisions.…
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Follows Google with in-place hardware upgrade – kinda Older readers may recall an era where large computer firms shipped their systems with next year's upgrades already in place. In exchange for a large sum of money, a service technician would come round, open the box, and ...
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UN privacy expert: Britain no longer a privacy joke, but has more to do The UK's surveillance regime is no longer 'worse than scary' – but there are still a number of imperfections, the UN special rapporteur on the right to privacy has said.…
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Telefónica's hippy wing promises credit drain refunds Telefónica's self-service mobile operator Giffgaff has said it will refund users after a billing cock-up.…
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OK, that's an interesting strategy +Comment Western Digital has pushed out JBOD, primary and secondary object arrays, putting it into direct competition with its storage array supplier customers.…
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China star asked for a muckle, got a mickle. Will it be enough? Xiaomi, the hugely hyped Chinese tech company, raised less money than it wanted in a private placement this week – the biggest Middle Kingdom IPO since Alibaba in 2014.…
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Analytics firm aims to raise $193m on Nasdaq Data analytics biz Domo is to go public today with the aim of raising just under $200m, which if realised would value the company at less than a quarter of estimates in previous funding rounds.…
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Currency fluctuation and rising component costs fingered If there is something missing on this sunny Friday, it could well be a collective yearning among Reg readers to know how HP Ink Inc is faring in the UK. Fear not, for we have the latest financials.…
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Consumers attempt to block chip flinger's attempt to block sale of devices without their kit Consumers have come to the rescue of plucky little Apple in its ongoing stand-off with Qualcomm over patent infringements.…
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Three stripes and you're out Adidas warned late on Thursday that hackers may have lifted customer data from its US website.…
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Surgical investment pays off for performance in three UK cities Vodafone earned a fine for its rotten customer service, but it can now claim bragging rights as the best data network in three cities, as well as the lowest overall latency and ping rates on 4G.…
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MPs: Fraudsters still damaging public purse and businesses The UK taxman has been told to crack down on online traders that aren't paying their fair share of VAT when they sell on sites like Amazon and eBay.…
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DeepMind's 'Demis Hassabis is an individual' – Ministry of Fun Google is not advising the British government on AI, the Ministry of Fun assured this week, following the appointment of Google's Demis Hassabis as an advisor on AI.…
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Standing on a dusty highway, waving my nozzle in the breeze Something for the Weekend, Sir? Mi dispiace, non parlo italiano.…
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Tell us, what should the source shack be called post-Redmondisation? Poll In all the furore around the acquisition of GitHub by Microsoft, no one has asked the obvious question: what should the service be called after its Redmondisation?…
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Um, which hardware would that be, then? Analysis The EU has declared its intention to build exascale computing capability 'on mainly European hardware'.…
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We peek behind the curtain of banners and gimmicks that go too far Special report Digital ad fraud is potentially lucrative, difficult to detect, and getting worse.…
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If someone asks you why you’re working in a secure area, get your answer straight! On-Call Welcome once more to On-Call, The Register’s Friday foolishness in which readers recount tales of tech support jobs that went pear-shaped.…
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