Accessing online grot will require stating your age before the fun starts
The IoT has gone unsecured for too long, says DCMS and NCSC
Once more into the breach, dear friends
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No, you don't have déjà vu
HCSEC sounds the alarms over 'critical' shortfalls by Chinese firm
Firm's rotating chairman says sanctions would be 'hard to imagine'
Big Brother Watch says taxman is 'railroading' users into a 'mass ID scheme'
PM wants to see smart tech reduce cancer-related fatalities by 22,000 per year
Jumping into abuse-tackling action with a... erm... white paper
Court rules that data retention powers violate Brits' right to privacy
But the company's rejection rate hit an all-time-high of 17 per cent
Months-long campaign used to conduct 'espionage and IP theft'
Ian Levy says it would be 'impossible' to manage the risks
UK lawmakers want smart machines to benefit, not wreck humanity
Home secretary Amber Rudd wants UK authorities to police the dark web
FTTP kitemark will help buyers of new homes, claims LGA
Move will help it reach target of connecting 10 million premises by 2022
'Tigger-like' Hammond also reaffirms gov's commitment to 5G
BBFC has been forced to push back its floppy proposal
Innovation body looks to improve the prospect of smart cities world-over
Connected tech manufacturers told to implement security by design
Data leak would make the Ashley Madison hack look flaccid by comparison
Energy, transport, water and health firms are at risk under NIS directive
Paves way for cross-Channel collaboration between academics and industry
But it remains committed to its plan ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Right-wing MPs take a liberal approach to password protection
New crypto regulations will come into force next year
Liberty says move is little more than 'window dressing'
Rugged handsets will offer critical voice functionality
Chancellor also says he'll crack the whip on tax avoiding tech firms
Government are using 'dodgy' tactics to undermine democracy
Country says 'greater damage was prevented'
Attack is believed to be Iran's 'first first significant act of cyberwarfare' on UK
Facebook and Google will be forced to deal with consequences of online trolling
Greedy governments want to get their mitts on more material
But it admits number of attacks 'may be higher' than it record
Some are receiving just three per cent of advertised speeds, says BBC
Parliament says 'no usernames or passwords' have been disclosed to scam callers
'Brute force' attack appears to have been state-sponsored
Important metadata has shared to help UK officers
ORG and the Pirate Party say it's crucial the internet remains free and open
And it has gone down as well as you'd expect
Tories claim that social media companies have been 'laughing in our faces'
Manifesto ironically claims that move will protect consumers from 'abusive behaviour'