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open German spooks want to charge journalists with TREASON for publishing spy plans 6
By hplasm
open Americans care more about EU data protection laws than the French 2
open UK.gov wants to stop teenagers looking at tits online. No, really 155
By Simon B
open Google turns cookie monster on AdSense, DoubleClick clients 28
open Telcos given a breather to meet Oz metadata retention laws 2
By Adam 1
open Turnbull's transformers plan business access to YOUR GOV ID DATA 5
open Top German data cop slaps down Facebook's real name policy 13
open Italy: Human rights are so old hat. The future's in internet rights 6
open Let kids delete their online rants, demand campaigners 47
open Oh, Obama's responded to the petition to pardon Snowden. What'll it be? 94
open EU data protection tsar spams lawmakers with his unwanted opinions 6
open Chat about Safe Harbour all you like, the NSA's still the stumbling block 28
open Secretive trade pact the TTIP: Death of the web – or a brave new horizon? 14
open NSA: We'll move your metadata into /dev/null when you stop suing us 11
open Ahem, FCC, who do you think you are? The FTC? 6
open EU graciously lets Dutch splurge €33m on 'leccy car charger network 13
open Email apparently from Home Office warns of emails apparently from Home Office 27
By Mike 16
open Australia to tax ALL international online purchases 39
open Oz opposition spraying perfume on metadata dead cat 9
open Optus tells Department of Comms to sit down and shut up 5
open US State of Georgia sues 'terrorist' for publishing its own laws ... on the internet 78
open EU rubber-stamps Nokia's proposed Alcatel-Lucent gobble 1
open Q. How much did Google just spend applying political pressure in the US? A. $4.6 million 17
open Vive le Act Patriotique: Liberté, égalité, fraternité, pick any two. No, not those 12
open The Wilson Doctrine isn't legally binding, MPs CAN be spied on, says QC 27
open WTO cuts tariffs on $1tn worth of 'IT' gizmos 2
open NIST in suspected 'meth lab' blast: US Congress is demanding answers 39
By x 7
open Parliament wants to splash £6m on network build 'n' run contract 10
open Austrian court rules online radio streaming is not broadcasting 21
open How British spies really spy: Information that didn't come from Snowden 62
open Cheaper broadband will slow NBN adoption, says Turnbull 23
By rtb61
open NHS England backs down over another data extraction scheme 23
open Keep your stupid drones away from piloted aircraft, rages CAA 69
By Champ
open Spanish judge dodges the ultimate question – is Uber a taxi company? 11
open The French want to BAN .doc and .xls files from Le Gouvernement 85
By JulieM
open Pirates also buy content legally, Australian gov study finds 12
open Are you a Tory-voting IT contractor? Congrats! Osborne is hiking your taxes 128
open WIPO whistleblowers beg UN for protection as probe into possible corruption starts 5
open Whitehall maps out Blighty's driverless future 18
open Oi, Europe: join in the sharing economy fun, yells Gov.uk 10
open Australian Government hopes to untangle NBN migration mess 11
By DiViDeD
open Metadata slurp warrant typo sends cops barging into the wrong house 28
open German spooks target officials who leaked govt docs to bloggers 12
By rtb61
open It's ALIVE! Network Services contract finally staggers upright 2
open BT circles wagons round Openreach as Ofcom mulls forced split-up 28
open India reveals plan to fix poverty by doing ANYTHING-as-a-service 9
open Europe a step closer to keeping records on all passengers flying in and out of the Continent 25
By Mark 65
open Unredacted: ICANN's hidden role in fierce battle over .Africa rights 13
open India ponders home-baked chips for defence and nuke plants 7
By SeanS4
open ACLU wants to end NSA mass spying forever – good luck with that 18

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