Make sure you're up to date with everything we wrote in the last seven days - it's weekly roundup time.
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Monday 24 March 2014
- Bitcoin user loses $10K to typosquatters - tips to avoid opening your wallet to imposters
- Turkey bans Twitter, citizens tweet more
Tuesday 25 March 2014
- Obama to unveil plan to end NSA bulk data collection
- Spyware app turns the privacy tables on Google Glass wearers
- Microsoft issues alert for Word zero-day - booby-trapped RTF files already used in attacks
- Secret CEO wrestles with cyberbullying issues on new anonymous sharing app
- Facebook's online teen privacy argument challenged in California court
Wednesday 26 March 2014
- SSCC 140 - Does Windows have more holes than OS X? Whither messaging privacy? [PODCAST]
- Chinese cops nab 1,530 mobile SMS spammers in raid on fake base stations
- Tumblr beefs up security with two-factor authentication
Thursday 27 March 2014
- Senator says Snapchat 'hiding something' by skipping data breach hearing
- US school to fork over $70K for hassling sixth-grader about Facebook posting
- Is data privacy more important than ever?
- Is data privacy an out of date concept?
- Spammers take advantage of Naked Security writing about spammers
Friday 28 March 2014
- Turkey blocks YouTube access amid “security concerns”
- NIST to review standard for cryptographic development - do we really care?
- MS-DOS and MS-Word source code released for review - get it while it's new!
- Boston Bomber slipped past while spelling glitch tripped up the law
Saturday 29 March 2014
Sunday 30 March 2014
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