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Thursday March 30, 2017. 08:32 AM
App-makers get a choice: Open up voluntarily or we'll pass laws forcing you to The European Commission will push for backdoor access to end-to-end encrypted internet apps in June, according to EU Justice Commissioner Věra Jourová.…
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Russian puzzler soothes brain after traumatic events Playing a game of Tetris in the aftermath of a traumatic event can help alleviate the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.…
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Security researchers propose old-school gear as a covert command & control conduit Cybercriminals managed to infect a PC in the design department of Contoso Ltd through a cleverly crafted spear-phishing campaign. Now they need a way to communicate with the compromised...
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Nokia Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent pack away the sueball gun After years of lobbying by computer science luminaries, Bell Labs and Alcatel-Lucent (both owned by Nokia) have relented and will allow non-commercial study of the source code for Unix Research Editions 8, 9, and...
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Do you really want to leave this malware-serving page? No/No Annoying sites that open hard-to-eradicate “Do you want to leave this site? Are you sure?” dialogues are in Chrome's cross-hairs: the Chrome team has decided JavaScript dialogues offer too much scope for abuse, ...
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Supo: Espionage rising, attacks on infrastructure falling The Finnish Security Intelligence Service Supo is complaining that nation-state-level attackers aren’t even bothering to hide themselves from prying eyes.…
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No one else seems to care, sniff politicians US Democrats have written to America's communications watchdog the FCC complaining the mobile industry needs a kick up the backside to fix serious flaws in its networks.…
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It's all just for attention at MWC. Buuuuuuurrrrrnnnnnn While the 5G enthusiasts often hit the headlines with visions of AI-driven robots and virtual reality, many operators remain sceptical of the new business models 5G will drive, at least in the short term. Vasyl...
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All the more reason to reject new_position_offer.docx Recruiters are known to be a bit of a pain in the ASCII in the tech world – but how about these ones: bogus headhunters attempting to infect GitHub-using software developers.…
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Rural businesses will be living the dream in 2018 nbn™, the entity building and operating Australia's national broadband network (NBN), has announced it will launch a 100Mbps fixed wireless service in 2018.…
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Got nine-figure problems but a strategy ain't one The track record of the UK's Government Digital Service has come under fire by the National Audit Office, which today said it has “unclear accountabilities'.…
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CEO and pal faked letters from Cisco, Brocade, Stanford, prosecutors claim Jayavel Murugan, CEO of staffing agency Dynasoft Synergy, is accused of faking letters from Silicon Valley bosses so he could ship cheap foreign workers into America.…
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Tasman Global Access sees the light An NZ$100 million submarine cable has given New Zealanders a bit more diversity in their connections to the outside world.…
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Tech dragon cleared after admitting to sanction violations The US Department of Commerce has scrapped trade restrictions that left Chinese tech monster ZTE unable to import components from America.…
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Wednesday March 29, 2017. 11:53 PM
State investigator, Oregon DoJ attorney lash out in lawsuits A chap whose job was to investigate threats on social networks is suing the Oregon Department of Justice – for allegedly retaliating against him after his online sleuthing led him to the agency's own director of...
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Suds to be you, Kenny Samsung was handed a rare win this week when a judge decided not to pause its defense of a lawsuit over faulty washing machines.…
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Gor blimey, guvnor! A prominent contributor to the open source Drupal content management system has been asked to distance himself from project because 'his belief system is inconsistent with [the] project's goals.'…
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And it doesn't explode... hopefully Pics Samsung arguably made the best Android phone last year – but it lost any bragging rights by committing one of the biggest consumer electronics PR disasters in history.…
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Seductive twofer licence deal if you switch Nutanix wants SimpliVity customers upset by HPE's purchase to move across to them instead.…
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Samsung Galaxy S8 can do it natively. Desktop virtualization might make it even better VMware's going to have a crack at delivering desktops through smartphones.…
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