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Monday 2 June 2014
- 12,000 Europeans ask Google to forget them
- NSA facial recognition program scours web for images to identify suspects
- Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde arrested in Sweden
- Say hello to your vending machine – it might be watching you!
Tuesday 3 June 2014
- Alleged robber caught after trying to befriend his victim on Facebook
- Has CryptoLocker been cracked? Is Gameover over?
Wednesday 4 June 2014
- Sydney teen arrested as hacking hoaxster sends SWAT team to his house
- Myspace emails cringe-worthy old photos to lure users back
- Prankster fakes pick axe murder for Google Street View
- Move over Heartbleed – here comes another SSL/TLS bug
Thursday 5 June 2014
- Facebook troll jailed for posting he was 'glad' teacher was murdered
- Google says half of email is sent unencrypted
- Facebook's new audio feature won't snoop on us, it says
- Fight internet surveillance, Reset The Net
- Naked Security now available in HTTPS
- SSCC 150 – TrueCrypt, Gameover, CryptoLocker and whither mobile malware? [PODCAST]
Friday 6 June 2014
- Snowden, one year on, and it's still not 1984
- What we learned from Edward Snowden
- UK hackers could "face the justice they deserve" with up to life in jail
- Phish or legit – Can you tell the difference?
- Medical centre staff post woman's STD diagnosis on Facebook
- Latest OpenSSL flaws can lead to information leakage, code execution and DoS
- CryptoLocker wannabe "Simplelocker" scrambles your files, holds your Android to ransom
Saturday 7 June 2014
Sunday 8 June 2014
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