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Monday 9 June 2014
- Google to flag 'right to be forgotten' censored search results
- Facebook stupidity leads to largest gang bust in NYC history
- Gameover and CryptoLocker revisited – the important lessons we can learn
- Feds swoop in, snatch mobile phone tracking records away from ACLU
Tuesday 10 June 2014
- "Turing Test" allegedly defeated – is it time to welcome your robot overlords?
- Ransom-taking iPhone hackers busted by Russian authorities
- Kim Dotcom offers $5M (£3M) for whistleblower help
Wednesday 11 June 2014
- Twitter jumps to block XSS worm in Tweetdeck
- P.F. Chang's investigates possible credit card breach
- Patch Tuesday wrap-up, June 2014 – both Adobe and Microsoft close "remotable" holes
- 14-year-olds find manual online, hack an ATM during their school lunch hour
Thursday 12 June 2014
- Apple's iOS 8 will help keep out Wi-Fi marketers and snoops, but not totally
- US court finds warrantless tracking of mobile phones unconstitutional
- Here's what bugging your own office NSA-style can reveal
- FCC DoSed into silence as John Oliver roused net neutrality trolls
- SSCC 151 – Measuring vulns, Apple and Wi-Fi privacy, Android ransomware and more [PODCAST]
- Is TrueCrypt pining for the fjords?
Friday 13 June 2014
Saturday 14 June 2014
Sunday 15 June 2014
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