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Cloud firms unprepared for EU data protection law overhaul

Firms have a year to get their house in order

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US Air Force cyber war games launch in the UK

Northrop Grumman and Cyber Security Challenge team up to find ‘CyberCenturions'

TalkTalk chief and ex-Tech City CEO appointed to House of Lords

House of Lords adds a digital expert to its Conservative ranks

Superfast broadband rollout reaches one million premises

DCMS is confident it will bring superfast services to 95 percent of UK homes and businesses by 2017

Edward Snowden granted asylum in Russia for three more years

Whistleblower’s asylum ended on 31 July

Sage snares government chief Stephen Kelly for CEO role

Stephen Kelly will succeed Guy Berruyer as Sage’s chief executive in November

EPIC sues the FBI over missing citizen-surveillance reports

Wants information on undisclosed snooping

Apple wins preliminary approval for $450m ebook settlement

Will see Apple settling over allegations that it fixed ebook prices

US CIA admits to snooping on Senate

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Hacker Gary McKinnon faces fresh extradition worries over Scotland visit

Warned that visiting sick father would be risky

GCHQ approves six university cyber security Masters courses

Unviersity of Oxford and Lancaster University among those to meet stringent GCHQ teaching requirements

US orders Microsoft to turn over cloud data stored overseas

Redmond loses another legal fight as government wins again

European Union puts €5.6m into self-parking car research

V-Charge system will cost millions, but save minutes

Scottish undersea fibre network rollout begins

£146m project enters one of its most challenging phases

Cloud ousts archaic IT for Windsor and Maidenhead council

Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is the first UK council to fully embrace the cloud

Hackers caught hunting Tor hidden services

Project says ‘it hopes' attacks were done by CERT researchers

London needs 5G and better broadband to maintain top-dog status

Boris Johnson issues warning that London will fall from power if it does not prepare for future

Driverless cars to be tested on UK roads from 2015

UK government outlines plans to give self-driving cars access to public highways

Right to be Forgotten is unworkable and unreasonable, argue Lords

European Union's Court of Justice ruling must be overturned

David Cameron appoints former Tech City CEO Joanna Shields as digital advisor

PM’s Digital Taskforce bolstered with Tech City UK chairman

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