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The NSA is tracking mobile phone location data as well

Let’s just call it a full house

Thu Dec 05 2013, 12:46

Privacy International calls for Five Eyes investigation in Oz

Australian Signals Directorate accused of handing over data

Mon Dec 02 2013, 16:42

US border control accessed private medical records

Disabled woman denied Christmas cruise due to past depression

Fri Nov 29 2013, 13:52

Google is running a privacy changes gauntlet in Holland

Should rewind 2012 changes, or face the financial consequences

Fri Nov 29 2013, 10:33

Mark Zuckerberg counsels US government on snooping

Says it is doing it all wrong

Mon Nov 25 2013, 15:58

Racing Post website admits security breach

Usernames, passwords and email addresses fell at the fence

Mon Nov 25 2013, 11:47

Dating house Cupid Media accused of losing 42 million user credentials

Hackers give love a bad name

Thu Nov 21 2013, 15:39

Games company to pay $1m settlement over PCs hijacked for Bitcoin mining

Alleged illegal activity halted

Wed Nov 20 2013, 13:13

NCA warns of spike in ransomware emails

Malware disguised as emails with innocent attachments

Mon Nov 18 2013, 13:32

Netflix users targeted by Microsoft Silverlight exploit

Uninstall Silverlight if you don't use it

Fri Nov 15 2013, 15:37

Facebook urges users to change passwords in wake of Adobe hack

Social network mysteriously know which users were compromised

Wed Nov 13 2013, 12:15

Kaspersky claims Stuxnet infected a Russian nuclear plant

After wreaking avoc in Iran

Mon Nov 11 2013, 12:44

Infamous Silk Road marketplace appears to be back

Ahoy there

Thu Nov 07 2013, 13:21

Microsoft issues an emergency fix for a zero-day flaw in Office, Lync and Windows Server

But promises latest versions of Windows are safe

Wed Nov 06 2013, 14:32

Microsoft extends $100,000 bug bounty for early attack spotters

Opens it up to people other than security researchers

Tue Nov 05 2013, 12:58

iPads banned from cabinet meetings over surveillance fears

Putting the i into iRony

Mon Nov 04 2013, 11:46

Lavabit and Silent Circle team up for Dark Mail

Will release email software source code and an encrypted service

Thu Oct 31 2013, 10:02

Microsoft compares government snooping to advanced persistent threats

No more Mr NSA nice guy

Thu Dec 05 2013, 11:24

Toolbar enslaves PCs for Bitcoin mining

What's mined is not yours but theirs

Mon Dec 02 2013, 12:11

Three men charged for alleged Football Association hacking

Will appear in court next week

Fri Nov 29 2013, 12:35

Bitcoin passes the $1,000 milestone

Rising faster than anyone predicted

Thu Nov 28 2013, 09:44

NSA subverted 50,000 computer networks with malware

All's fair in anti-terrorism

Mon Nov 25 2013, 14:43

Now you can pay for your Virgin Galactic flight in Bitcoins

Branson knows an investment when he sees one

Fri Nov 22 2013, 16:33

US and UK have had a secret snooping deal for at least six years

Leaked NSA memo reveals

Thu Nov 21 2013, 13:38

PRISM forces Yahoo to add encryption

About time too

Tue Nov 19 2013, 09:34

FBI warns about Anonymous attacks on government systems

Admits there have been breaches

Mon Nov 18 2013, 12:41

Microsoft opens Redmond cybercrime centre

Cybercrime cracking den

Fri Nov 15 2013, 15:16

Microsoft Patch Tuesday fixes Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability

Eight bulletins address 19 vulnerabilities in Windows and Office

Wed Nov 13 2013, 11:21

Google’s Chrome web browser will block extensions

More secure, more shiny

Fri Nov 08 2013, 09:52

Adobe hack reveals most people still use dreadful passwords

Darwinism in action for lazy users

Wed Nov 06 2013, 16:35

Apple peels off its first post-PRISM transparency report

We can see fairly clearly now

Wed Nov 06 2013, 09:43

Google announces another partially fixed security flaw

You're safe as long as you own a Mac

Mon Nov 04 2013, 17:21

Yahoo launches $15,000 bug bounty after $12.50 company voucher debacle

Better than Yahoo promotional swag

Fri Nov 01 2013, 17:27

PRISM surveillance turned over Google and Yahoo

More whistles blown

Thu Oct 31 2013, 09:38

Twitter and Facebook users compromised in Pony malware attack

Two million social media accounts compromised

Thu Dec 05 2013, 10:06

It's Black Friday for Bitcoin too

Now you can spend imaginary money on cheap crap

Fri Nov 29 2013, 17:19

Microsoft warns of Windows XP zero-day exploit in the wild

Allows attackers to gain access to data and install programs

Fri Nov 29 2013, 10:56

Neverquest trojan targets online banking

Targets IE and Firefox browsers

Wed Nov 27 2013, 17:25

Twitter foils NSA snooping with 'foward secrecy' encryption

Social network steps up its security game

Mon Nov 25 2013, 13:51

Microsoft's Scroogled shop may be childish but Google should worry

Column Firm needs to address privacy concerns

Fri Nov 22 2013, 13:00

Github bans rubbish passwords

Following a brute force attack on its systems

Wed Nov 20 2013, 15:17

Stratfor hacker sentenced to 10 years in prison

Jeremy Hammond is out of the Anonymous game

Mon Nov 18 2013, 14:48

Hacking of forum software firm vBulletin spawns host of zero-day attacks

Led to hacking of Macrumours and Ubuntu forums

Mon Nov 18 2013, 12:07

Miss Teen USA hacker pleads guilty

Now for the sentencing round

Thu Nov 14 2013, 12:33

GCHQ allegedly spoofed Linkedin and Slashdot

Updated There's no business like Snowden business

Mon Nov 11 2013, 14:58

GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 chiefs claim PRISM concerns are not based on fact

Claim they acted within the law

Thu Nov 07 2013, 16:53

Skype founder launches Perzo for top secret communications

It's like Google Wave, except it isn't rubbish

Wed Nov 06 2013, 15:37

Privacy International files a complaint against ISPs including BT

Wants the OECD to sanction them for aiding government surveillance

Tue Nov 05 2013, 15:07

AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo want PRISM law reform

The consensus is they want changes

Mon Nov 04 2013, 14:34

Hacker hits Singapore's Straits Times

Claims to be Anonymous, definitely not happy

Fri Nov 01 2013, 10:38
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