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open isn't ready for no-deal Brexit – and 'secrecy' means businesses won't be either 173
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open UK networks have 'no plans' to bring roaming fees back after Brexit 131
open tells companies to draft contracts for data flows just in case they screw up Brexit 34
open Top Euro court: UK's former snooping regime breached human rights 20
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open We're doomed: Defra's having a cow over its Brexit IT preparations 56
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open Article 13 pits Big Tech and bots against European creatives 57
open Guess who's still in charge of your gas safety, Brits? Capita 39
open MPs' proposal to cash in on public-private algos given a solid 'maybe' 21
open Expanding Right To Be Forgotten slippery slope to global censorship, warn free speech fans 66
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open Activists rattle tin to take UK's pr0n block to court 71
open PPI pushers now need consent to cold-call you 104
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open NHS should be compensated by firms using its data goldmine 29
open European nations told to sort out 'digital tax' on tech giants by end of year 58
open Google skewered in ad sting after Oracle-backed bods turn troll 32
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open's Wayback Machine is legit legal evidence, US appeals court judges rule 61
open Google is 20, Chrome is 10, and Microsoft would rather ignore the Nokia deal's 5th birthday 91
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open US government upends critical spying case with new denial 18
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