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open NBN HFC scaled down to stave off financial disaster 3
open NHS slaps private firm Health IQ for moving Brits' data offshore 21
open New booze guidelines: We'd rather you didn't enjoy yourselves 94
open NHS injects tender for PC and peripherals kit with £500m 12
open An ethical Google won't break the internet, leaked EU report finds 10
By JimC
open Radicalisation? gets itself in cluster-muddle over 'terrorism' 42
open Top digital Eurocrat issues non-denial about hyperlink non-tax 30
open Privacy advocates rail against US Homeland Security's Twitter, Facebook snooping 40
open Ireland's govt IT: Recession and job cuts forced us to adapt 22
By Ken 16
open Beardy Ed Vaizey: 'I can't let go. I like the tech sector' 14
open Indian techies told to prepare for tax sprint 7
open Former RN flagship HMS Illustrious to be sold for scrap – report 73
open Paper mountain, hidden Brexit: How'd you say immigration control would work? 223
By john.w
open depts in post-Mad Frankie Maude landgrab over IT spending controls 12
open UK's mass-surveillance draft law grants spies incredible powers for no real reason – review 82
open DVLA misses out on £400m in tax after scrapping paper discs 130
open Google had Obama's ear during antitrust probe 35
By Tom -1
open Two G4S call centre staff sacked over 999 answering scam 34
open UK military buys third £4m Zephyr drone for 'persistent surveillance' trials 45
open Robo-buses join the traffic in Helsinki 24
open Australian States stutter in coding-for-kids bandwagon-jump 3
open £11bn later: Smart meters project delayed again for Crapita tests 87
open Android Pay now works for paying speeding fines 2
open US Dept of Energy lobs out $34m for bright ideas on securing grids 5
open Australian Information Commissioner won't say which agencies follow data-match guidelines 1
By Magani
open Baltimore cops accused of violating FCC rules with Stingrays 18
open IT delays helped derail UK's historic child sexual abuse inquiry 35
By Moosh
open How Brussels works: if you can’t beat them, join rewrite an EU directive 32
By Vimes
open NIST wants answers on infosec - your answers 5
open DoJ preps criminal charges for VW over dieselgate 21
open EU privacy czars mull privacy regulation for Skype, WhatsApp 4
By nijam
open Turnbull's Transformers intend to test single sign-on to on the offshore, public cloud 11
open HMRC: We've got £1.3bn for digital tax schemes. Tell us how to spend it 33
open Cops to let the private sector chase after cybercrims' assets 18
By moiety
open London cops waste £2.1m on thought crime unit – and they want volunteer informers 82
open MoD flings £800m at Dragons' Den miltech startup wheeze as post-Brexit costs bite 14
open Someone in Australia wants server sales hidden from view 13
open Blighty's 24-hr Universal Credit outage caused by upgrade glitch 14
open £1m military drone crashed in Wales after crew disabled anti-crash systems – report 125
open Russia is planning to use airships as part of a $240bn transport project 75
open What next for the F-35 after Turkey's threats to turn its back on NATO? 87
open Russia tells Google to cough up some loose change in Android monopoly probe 15
open Head of UK oversight body to join GCHQ 'tech help desk'* 18
open ICO wades in after GP doxxes woman to her estranged ex-partner 12
open Thailand waters down alien-tracking plan 22
By Dr_N
open IBM used dud DoS shield for failed online census says Oz PM 38
open Thailand plans to track non-citizens with their mobile phones 22
open Networking wonks say lousy planning, not DDOS, caused #Censusfail 18
open #Censusfail Australia: Not an attack, data safe, no heads to roll 47
open Australia's privacy watchdog launches '#Censusfail' probe 6