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SEGA Europe today announced that in addition to publishing UK-based Creative Assembly's first console game, as reported earlier this week, it has bought the entire company. Reports suggest SEGA paid as little as $30m for...
Remembering when I setup one of the first school email systems in Ireland and the UK many years ago, I came across this story on ZDNet, which brings to bear the emmense issue of privacy...