The duke of URL: Zoom meetups' info leaked out through eavesdrop hole 

'No BS' web host Gandi emits outage postmortem, has 'only theories' on what went wrong 

Like its Windows-noob-stabilisers OS, Zorin's cloudy Grid tool is Linux desktop management for idiots 

I/O, I/O, new Android soon on show: What's coming up at Google's dev conference 

Boris celebrates taking back control of Brexit Britain's immigration – with unlimited immigration program 

Virtual reality is a bonkers fad that no one takes seriously but anyway, here's someone to tell us to worry about h… 

Finally, a technology angle on the coronavirus outbreak: Semiconductor biz stocks slip amid China supply chain fear… 

Trust no one... unless it's a software library you really want to use because you don't want to reimplement it 

We don't ask for much from the infosec world but...

For the love of God, someone demo a new infected DLL or .so attack so we can finally use this "owning the libs" headline we've been sitting on for months

Low code? Low usage, more like: Add G Suite's App Maker to the Google graveyard, it's switching off next year 

Remember the Clipper chip? NSA's botched backdoor-for-Feds from 1993 still influences today's encryption debates 

FCC lines up $16 billion for broadband across entire US. Well, except New York because, screw them, right? 

Google halts paid-for Chrome extension updates amid fraud surge: Web Store in lockdown 'due to the scale of abuse' 

Because Monday mornings just aren't annoying enough: Google Drive takes a dive and knocks out G Suite 

Unauthorised access to the computers of others is already very illegal in lots of places. Is it that much easier to prosecute possession of the code and intent to use it, than to demonstrate that they already have?

(Would this make :(){ :|:& };: tattoos unlawful?) …

It's not you, it's G

If Google Drive and Google Docs are not working for you, you're not alone. The web giant is investigating what appears to be an outage …

Maryland: Make malware possession a crime! Yes, yes, researchers get a free pass 

You're always a day Huawei: UK to decide whether to ban Chinese firm's kit from 5G networks tomorrow 

Accounting expert told judge Autonomy was wrong not to disclose hardware sales 

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