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Why did Facebook get into double trouble this week over privacy?
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This week US authorities shut down Liberty Reserve, an online currency favored by cybercriminals. Will enforcement actions have any real impact on the underground economy?
Since 2011, data security company ViaSat UK has spiced up the Infosecurity Europe conference by filing a Freedom of Information request for data breach statistics.
In previous years they've fallen out with the regulators over the matter, but things turned out better in 2013...
If you've found a security issue with PayPal, you could receive a monetary reward for informing the firm responsibly.
The FBI acknowledged hackers have penetrated at least 3 US cities SCADA systems, one of them "major". The FBI is receiving a 12% budget increase for Cyber, but claims the division will double in size this year.
The FBI is cock-a-hoop today, having just announced the bust of six Estonians for malware-related cybercrimes.
The case goes back to 2007, with the investigation itself apparently having taken two years.
For the last two weeks, Australia has been fascinated with a peculiar crime committed in one of Sydney's most prestigious suburbs.
If you've heard the name of the victim, Madeleine Pulver, you've probably heard the story behind the crime.
Notorious spammer Sanford Wallace, 43, of Las Vegas, Nevada, has turned himself in to the cops in San Jose, California.
Alleged to have used 500,000 compromised Facebook accounts to post nearly 30 million spam messages, Wallace now faces years behind bars.
Recently published on Microsoft's Technet Blogs site, you will find an unassumingly erudite, if lawyerly, posting.
You probably want to read it.
Two Korean hackers from a server rental company have been arrested over DDoS attacks against rivals.
Seems they also attacked a prospective customer who turned down their cloud services - an interesting sales technique!
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?
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