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Brit MPs chide You're acting like EU data adequacy prep is easy

1 hour 2 min ago
It's not. ♫ It's beginning to sound a lot like Brexit ♪

In the latest report slamming preparations for the UK’s departure from the European Union next year, and the subsequent transition period, Britain's Commons Home Affairs Committee has said it has “serious concerns” about the future of data flows.…

Three's a cloud: Toshiba picks its NVMe over Fabrics storage node

1 hour 47 min ago
Kumoscale software presents fabric access NVMe flash drives virtually

Surprise, surprise – flash chip and SSD manufacturer Toshiba has announced NVMe fabric-access flash array software. What's its game?…

Seen from spaaaaace: Boffins check world's oceans for plastic

3 hours 8 min ago
There's plenty of fish in... Oh

European Space Agency (ESA) scientists plan to use satellite shortwave infrared (SWIR) sensing to detect plastic litter concentrations in the oceans.…

None of my flash rivals NVMe: Analyst spills tea on who's who in fabric-access NVMe arrays

3 hours 36 min ago
Array types, riders and runners

It may be a surprise to some, but a tech consultancy has said that the existing all-flash array market is in no danger of losing market share to NMVe over Fabrics (NVMeoF) types – saying they're not competing in the same areas. It also said mainstream storage array suppliers would soon be snapping up the NVMeoF startups for their technology.…

Fancy a viaduct? We have a wrought Victorian iron marvel to sell you

3 hours 49 min ago
Myth, legend and the lucky escape of Bennerley

Geek's Guide to Britain The pell-mell expansion of Britain's railways in the 19th century has bequeathed some impressive feats of engineering. Great stone viaducts like those at Calstock in Cornwall and Harringworth near Melton Mowbray get the glory, but for my money it's the iron bridges that are the real marvels.…

No, Sierra Leone did not just run the world's first 'blockchain election'

4 hours 53 min ago
Blockchain voting outfit ran its own count, but only as an observer

Blockchain enthusiasts may be a little deflated today, after the nation of Sierra Leone took to Twitter to debunk claims it had conducted “the world’s first blockchain election.”…

ESA's Ariel mission will boldly spot exoplanets not seen before

6 hours 3 min ago
The meter-long telescope expected to launch in 2028

The European Space Agency is launching a mission to find out how planets form and how life emerges in space, it announced on Tuesday.…

Telegram still won't hand over crypto keys it says it does not store

7 hours 7 min ago
Russian judge upholds 2016 FSB order, company will appeal

Secure messaging service Telegram says it will appeal a Russian Supreme Court order to hand over encryption keys to the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation – the FSB.…

Creaking Chromebooks getting Meltdown protection soon

9 hours 9 min ago
Chrome OS 66 to protect older Intel units, still working on ARM

Older Chromebook owners should keep an eye open for Chrome OS updates, because Google has announced they'll get Meltdown protection soon.…

Salesforce saddles itself with MuleSoft for $6.5bn

10 hours 33 min ago
Prepare for 'deep customer experiences throughout a personalized 1:1 journey’

Salesforce has decided to buy API-farmer MuleSoft for a cool US$6.5bn – about a billion bucks above the latter company’s market capitalisation.…

Cambridge Analytica CEO suspended – and that's not even the worst news for them today

11 hours 37 min ago
Facebook isn't having a very good time either

For the fourth straight day, Cambridge Analytica is scrambling in the wake of damning media reports.…

Commonwealth Games are just the ticket for Facebook

12 hours 39 min ago
Free Wi-Fi will be lousy without a Social Network™ login, which in this of all weeks is just dumb

Facebook may be up to its armpits in alligators, but that hasn't stopped Australia's Gold Coast Council from chumming up with the ad-farm to offer free Wi-Fi to visitors at the upcoming Commonwealth Games.…

CTS who? AMD brushes off chipset security bugs with firmware patches

12 hours 42 min ago
Just give it a few weeks notice next time, not 24 hours

AMD has finally weighed in with its opinion of the security flaws in its Epyc, Ryzen, Ryzen Pro, and Ryzen Mobile chips, identified in a rather over-the-top fashion by CTS-Labs a week ago.…

Now that's a bad trip: 880k credit cards 'likely' stolen by Orbitz hackers

13 hours 39 min ago
And bad news for healthy types: thoroughly pwned, too

Vacation-booking biz Orbitz has warned that sensitive details on as many as 880,000 credit cards have "likely" been stolen from its servers by hackers.…

Cluster-f*ck! Etcd DBs spaff passwords, cloud keys to world by default

14 hours 5 min ago
Devs told to take responsibility by setting up authentication

Software called etcd, used for storing data across clusters of containers, has a problem – it does not implement authentication by default and so poses a security risk if deployed without further fiddling.…

Windows Server 2019 coming next year and the price is going up

March 20, 2018 - 10:00pm
Azure gets more support and Linux still gets Redmond love

Microsoft has released more information about the new version of Windows Server, including a time-frame for release and a warning on prices.…

FBI raids home of spy sat techie over leak of secret comms source code on Facebook

March 20, 2018 - 9:58pm
Ex-NRO bod also allegedly swiped $340k of espionage kit plus classified files

The FBI has raided the home of US intelligence contractor John Weed who is suspected of leaking classified blueprints online via a fake Facebook account.…

Mozilla's opt-out Firefox DNS privacy test sparks, er, privacy outcry

March 20, 2018 - 9:38pm
Nightly build fans' hostname lookups piped to Cloudflare in limited security feature trial

Mozilla's plan to test a more secure method for resolving internet domain names – known as Trusted Recursive Resolver (TRR) via DNS over HTTPs (DoH) – in Firefox Nightly builds has met with objections from its user community due to privacy concerns.…

Addicts of Facebook and pals are easy prey for manipulative scumbags – thanks to tech giants' 'extraordinary reach'

March 20, 2018 - 8:11pm
Let me at 'em, growls EU privacy watchdog

Relying on internet giants' goodwill to stop the spread of misinformation online and prevent the manipulation of netizens has failed, Europe's top data protection watchdog has said, adding that regulators now need to take action.…

BlackBerry Z10 'share-price pump' lawsuit is back from the dead

March 20, 2018 - 7:18pm
RIM's job of allegedly hiding smartphone sales snafu now back under the microscope

A US judge has opted to resurrect a case claiming BlackBerry illegally propped up its stock amidst the calamitous Z10 handset release.…

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