Erik Estrada wouldn't have stood for this
Parliament voted by 308 to 207 to implement tough new rules
That's an increase of 20 per cent in two years
BBFC will oversee rollout of smut-vertification system
But it's not for censoring the people, honest
Judge dismisses firms claims as 'fundamentally flawed'
Dosh-sending service will be cease to exist from 15 June
It's not that it will, it's just there's no proof it won't
Article 11 and Article 13 will now pass into law
It isn't as secure as previously thought
Aussie whistleblower was dragged out of building after seven years
But it's unlikely to ever become a fully fledged law
Bootstrap-Sass vuln leaves Ruby packages open to RCE attacks
Yet more proof firm has no control over data it shares with third-parties
We should be should be surprised, but...
One in six customers suffer no connection for days at a time
Android and iOS users can protect their browsing now
Move will power Britbox and Discovery's forthcoming streaming service
No, this isn't an April Fools' joke
Unsurprisingly, BBC Sounds is unaffected
Ohhhhh (Florida) maaaaaaan...
But operator debunks reports that data is also affected
We should be shocked, but...
But the search giant has now squashed the bug
And a ridiculous competition
Malware was responsible for some of the biggest DDoS attacks ever seen
Borkage was the worst in social network's 15-year history
Founder is concerned about 'nastiness and misinformation'
US resorts to blackmail in war with Huawei
Firm's biggest ever deal will help it better compete in the server market
Great for anyone who... no, us neither...
Unsecured MongoDB database has since been yanked offline
Attacks combining zero-day with 'high severity' Chrome flaw spotted
Think you're software engineer of the year? Get entering!
He wants you to know he's in on the joke, but only if you use an iPhone or Mac
Firm says it's on track to launch network fully in 2019
How do you like Tim Apples?
The ages of eavesdropping might be over (for now)
Ofcom's new code of practice comes into force
And it'll likely bite social network's targeted ad biz
You can probably guess which
TIG denies everything, of course
But the company is yet to dish, officially
So quit buggin'
Firm promises to only comply with legit data requests
New regulator could 'insist on compliance' to a code of conduct
Firm says dick-move atttack caused 'catastrophic destruction'
If anyone wants to bork our internet, let it be us, Comrade