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That's another good reason not to see it
The UK government's report card says "must try harder"
Claims that users are happy too
Words fail us
Put down the popcorn and start panicking
Israeli firm software reduces security threat response times 'by 95 per cent'
Yeah, we saw you buy that Harry Styles album...
Now you can pay extra to watch, er, Horse & Country Play
Everything for the data day traveller
Dry your eyes mate
Poor passwords apparently, but such fonts
What could possibly go wrong?
'It's not you, it's me'
It's good news for impressionists who have fallen on hard times
Security experts warn that 'hashed' passwords are easily cracked
Pirate site has fallen on its cutlass
Manifesto ironically claims that move will protect consumers from 'abusive behaviour'
Eff you right back
Kid hacker toys with security officials' Bluetooth devices
Half say that the media over exaggerate security issues
Maybe if we all club together it will never be released
Firm says it's 'working to fix this issue ASAP'
It took its time but it got there
It's let us down, it's let itself down, and it's let the NHS down
Thanks to Google DRM
FOI request reveals a porno site suggesting a blanket ban on porno sites for the Digital Economy Bill
Blankets and porno do not really go together
BCC calls on Ofcom to hold networks to account for poor service
Remove the posts or face the consequences
A study on YouTube users finds us in opposite day
Keurboom Communications made 100 million calls over an 18-month period
People are finding better things to do
Don't hit it on its beeper
Firm admits it's had a rough 12 months
Someone [else] is thinking of the kids
EC claims SMBs are concerned about a lack of transparency from Google and co
Digital leaflet drop games are the new leaflet drop
Operator follows EE's lead, and the EC's demands
Newspaper blames human error after users hit with sexually explicit content
Big problem rolls onto Russian forums
Kick out the spams mother effers
O2 Germany confirms its customers were targeted by the attack
And there won't be a public consultation
Good news for those prone to sending dinkle pics to the wrong person
A tale of buffering at 35,000 feet
Social network will also develop tool to make reporting offensive content easier