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Pirate Bay co-founder found guilty of hacking in Denmark

Svartholm Warg's sentence will be announced on Friday read more »

Germany backs plan to retain personal flight data across EU

Retaining flight data would violate fundamental rights, opponents said read more »

Movie industry yells 'Cut!' on wearables in theaters

Two U.S. movie industry groups, citing piracy concerns, have adopted a zero-tolerance policy on wearables with cameras read more »

Insurers refusal to cover high-tech Range Rovers is warning for carmakers, says Kaspersky

Place security higher up the supply chain, as parts that come from different suppliers could reveal vulnerabilities, experts warn read more »

Second F1 team driven into administration, IT suppliers line up to be paid

Bailiffs have already seized Caterham's car parts, IT suppliers amongst creditors waiting to be paid read more »

Retain private data for police use or face $685,000 fine, Swedish authority tells ISP

Swedish ISP Bahnhof will fight the order -- and says it has a mysterious Plan B up its sleeve read more »

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How an SME overcame technical hurdles to work with government

How an SME is working to gain IL3 certification to enable it to make its mark in the government supplier pool read more »

Westminster View: Engineers are not to blame for mass surveillance

The widespread spying unveiled by Edward Snowden raises questions about the UK’s digital legislative framework that requires more technical knowledge from people on all sides of the debate, says cyber security shadow minister Chi Onwurah read more »

City of London police commissioner hits back at cyber-crime critics

Adrian Leppard explains how the forces are tackling the growing threat posed by cyber criminals read more »

London Police Commissioners cyber-crime open letter laughed at by industry

Adrian Leppard may 'control' police in UK's financial heartland but does he get cyber-crime read more »

IT to the rescue: Unraveling bureaucracy at the VA, one project at a time

How a small, fast SWAT team is improving performance at the Department of Veterans Affairs. read more »

Free (with strings attached): Keeping track of open-source code

Open-source software is free, flexible and adaptable, but lax oversight can obliterate the benefits. Here's how IT is keeping track. read more »

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Police Slideshows

Silicon Valley tech execs behaving badly

Move over Donald Sterling. The exploits of these misbehaving technology executives give the now-infamous billionaire L.A. Clippers owner a run for his money when it comes to moronic acts. read more »

In pictures: London's black cab drivers go on strike against Uber

They claim the San Francisco firm is operating illegally read more »

Fave raves: IT pros name their favourite products

IT products keep people productive and enterprise assets safe. read more »

Milestones in the history of mobile computing

Here are some of the most important portables we've toted around over the past 30 years read more »

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