Fujutsu does Ninjutsu on British jobs
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Culling 15 percent of staff because of Brexit and too many clouds

Fujitsu has announced plans to cull up to 1,800 UK staff, over 15 percent of its UK workforce, as part of a downsizing of its British operation because of Brexit.

UK planning to rebuild a cyber-version of Hadrian’s Wall
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Which will probably work just as well

The UK government is seriously considering building a national firewall similar to China.

EE rolls out Cat 9
Published in Mobiles
06 September 2016

EE rolls out Cat 9

4G is cool for cats

EE has added Cat 9 capabilities to its 4G network and claims the new layer will keep smartphones 'faster on EE than any other UK network'.

Hardware prices jacked up in UK
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Thanks Brexit

Major PC suppliers are jacking up their prices in the UK following the country's brilliant move to show the world that Britain can economically destroy itself without any help from the EU.

Taiwanese flag
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Subsidiaries mostly into IT

A report from Price Waterhouse Coopers Taiwan has warned firms with subsidiaries in Britain could well face being stung for extra tax after the European country completes its divorce from the European Union.

Coppers blur lamb pictures to protect ID
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Well they were victims

A copper in West Midland Police's Central Motorway department shared an image of three sheep that had been rescued from suspected poachers. But he has become a twitter sensation because he burred the sheep’s faces to protect their ID.

UK hacker will not have to hand over passwords
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Love one NCA nil

A UK computer scientist and activist Lauri Love has had a minor victory against the authorities who are trying to extradite him to the US.

UK’s doomsday subs rely on Windows XP
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40 nuclear warheads under the control of ancient OS

While most of the world would be insane to rely on Windows XP to provide them with security, the UKs 40 nuclear weapons are dependent on the ancient OS.

Tech leaders will be jailed for reporting UK spying
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Two years in prison

The UK government is threatening to jail leaders of tech companies who warn their customers that they have been victims of government spying.

Apple takes on the UK government on encryption
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We will show them who is boss

Fruity cargo-cult Apple is taking on the UK government warning that Prime Minister David Cameron’s plans to give its spooks extra online surveillance powers could weaken the security of personal data for millions of people and paralyse the tech sector.