Village's scattershot scares results in an entertaining, if inconsistent, horror romp.
Offering silly yet sharp physics-based fracas' TABS is an unmitigated delight.
Following the Lords vote on the Bill.
Aims to build experts in just ten weeks.
Doesn't have to stop it, though.
Looks to expand current systems.
Looks to overturn IPT's ruling.
Yes, secretive spy-house GCHQ.
Calls for member nations' protection.
"Outrageous," says secretary general.
Blanket exemption from the CMA.
Liberty and Privacy International join too.
Denies encryption key theft, however.
Snowden documents point to breach.
Five Eyes the obvious origin.
Cryptoy aimed at school kids.
Some disclosures now permitted.
"Never trust closed source routers."
Individuals left somewhat under-protected.
NSA and GCHQ breaking commercial crypto.
The government has revealed plans to monitor all electronic communications in the UK.
British intelligence services hack into al-Qaeda magazine to hamper their propoganda tools.
The A5/1 encryption algorithm used in GSM mobile phone transmissions can be broken in under thirty minutes with £500 worth of hardware. Time to worry?
May 14 2021 | 18:40
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