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Monday 15 September 2014
- Nigerian bank IT worker on the run after $40m cyber heist
- Facebook predator charged after posing as teenager to stalk girls online
- Legendary NYC steakhouse sues Yelp to unmask spitting-waiter reviewer
- Liberty Reserve CTO pleads guilty to involvement in massive money laundering
- Facebook wants to know why you hate specific adverts
Tuesday 16 September 2014
- Apple relents, lets you "depurchase" that U2 album you never bought in the first place
- "Shocking" Android browser bug could be a "privacy disaster": here's how to fix it
- Just how much information can be squeezed from one week of your metadata?
- Man buys old servers, accuses Ernst & Young of data breach
Wednesday 17 September 2014
- New Google transparency report details hike in government user data requests
- Apple questioned on Watch privacy by state attorney general
- California passes "landmark bill" to protect students' personal data
- Apple adds two-step verification for iCloud, effective immediately
- From the Labs: VBA is definitely not dead – in fact, it's undergoing a resurgence
Thursday 18 September 2014
- Apple ships a sevenfold security surprise, including iOS 8 and OS X 10.9.5
- SSCC 165 – "U2 or not U2," that is the question [PODCAST]
- Is Facebook building a "Moments" app for ultra-private sharing?
- Facebook meets with LGBT community over real-name policy
Friday 19 September 2014
- Apple’s Tim Cook talks privacy: 'We're not like all the others'
- Home Depot breach totals: 56 million credit cards exposed, $62 million in losses
- eBay takes flak for leaving rigged iPhone listing up for 12 hours
- Chinese hackers breached US military contractors, says Senate report
Saturday 20 September 2014
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