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Monday 31 March 2014
- Google Glass recording without permission could become illegal in Australia
- Porn site age-check law demanded by UK media watchdog
- Transatlantic cables will bypass USA to avoid NSA spying
- Rebunking Google's Glass "myth" debunking
- World Backup Day – are your important files backed up?
Tuesday 1 April 2014
- 42 days to go for XP – 8 tips if you aren't going to make it
- Phony tech support scammer escapes with a slap on the wrist
- Dropbox says it isn't poking around in our stuff
- Bitcoin, Snapchat and XP as you've never heard them before – special coverage for April the First!
Wednesday 2 April 2014
- James Clapper confirms that NSA conducted warrantless searches on Americans
- Kill-switch for mobile phones could save US consumers $2.6B per year, says report
- SSCC 141 – Adobe revisited, MS-DOS, Word, XP, Snapchat and backup [PODCAST]
- Texan liquor chain Spec's leaks 550k card details in 17 month breach
Thursday 3 April 2014
- Her website was hacked away; here's how she got it back
- Revealed – the most eclectic spam in the world!
- Is Amazon hacking our apps? Or doing us all a security favour?
- Google drives the Street View snooping scandal up to the Supreme Court
- SellHack browser plugin ceases squeezing LinkedIn for hidden email addresses
Friday 4 April 2014
- Google takes aim at deceptive advertising of Play Store apps
- Facebook bug bounty program paid out $1.5m in 2013
- Apple updates OS X Safari – patches a year's worth of holes, but not on Snow Leopard
Saturday 5 April 2014
Sunday 6 April 2014
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