Lauri Love would face ‘medieval’ conditions in US prison if extradited over hacking charges

Lauri Love, the 32-year-old engineering student accused of hacking into multiple US government and private sector computer systems, would face “medieval conditions” if he was extradited to a US prison, the court of appeal heard today. Love, who has Asperger’s, depression and drug-resistant eczema, is fighting an extradition order issued …

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TechUK calls for swift action to safeguard data exchange after Brexit

TechUK and UK Finance have called on the government to prepare a “mutual adequacy agreement” to enable the protection of cross-border personal data exchange after the UK leaves the European Union (EU). The two bodies – which lobby government for the IT and financial services industries – commissioned a report …

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AWS fleshes out cloud database proposition, while taking aim at Oracle

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has upped the ante in its ongoing war of words with Oracle by taking a series of pot-shots at its rival while showcasing a growing database portfolio at Re:Invent 2017. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding …

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