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Wikipedia sockpuppet saga threatens users' trust of the service

Wikipedia sock puppet saga is threatens users' trust of the service

PR firms willing to make a buck by gaming Wikipedia's editing processes are starting to threaten users' trust of the service, to the extent that alarmed watchers are predicting that, in a few years, a significant portion of Wikipedia's content could well be spam.

Retired, top-ranking US military officer is now Stuxnet leak suspect

Retired, top-ranking US military officer is now Stuxnet leak suspect

Former US Gen James Cartwright, once a trusted member of the president's national security team and the reputed brains behind operation Olympic Games, has been told he's under investigation for leaking information about this very operation.

FBI intent on sniffing out those who leaked possible US Stuxnet role

Stuxnet: The FBI is intent on sniffing out those who leaked details of America's anti-Iran virus

Federal investigators in the US are tightening the screws on former senior government officials who might have leaked info about the Stuxnet worm.

Google off the hook - Aussie cops call off criminal investigation

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Australian Federal Police announced that there would be no criminal charges against Google for sniffing WiFi traffic.

What does that mean for you? What should you think? What should you do?

Public unprivacy – is it all Google's fault?

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Google is back under the pump in Australia over its recent WiFi muck-up. The search juggernaut's Street View cars apparently recorded – by accident – some 600GB of unencrypted WiFi data whilst tracking and storing access point names and MAC Read more…