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Monday 15 December 2014
- Sony Pictures calls on media to stop publishing its "stolen information"
- US Congress OKs 'unprecedented' codification of warrantless surveillance
- 12 Days competition: Day 11 – Now you see it, now you…ah…still see it
- Woman killed by man she met through Facebook
Tuesday 16 December 2014
- IsoHunt raises a sunken Pirate Bay
- 12 Days competition: Day 12 – A tale of two passwords
- Schmidt: Want to keep your sensitive data away from the NSA? Use Google
- 5 minute fix – How to use a password manager
- How have attitudes to privacy changed post-Snowden?
Wednesday 17 December 2014
- Google and Facebook under fire from Dutch government over citizens' privacy
- Delta Airlines flaw lets others access your boarding pass
- Uber: We accessed reporter's private trip info because she was late
- Microsoft deluged with support in its email privacy battle against US government
Thursday 18 December 2014
- SSCC 177 – Will Sony's breach be the never ending story? [PODCAST]
- Don’t let the Grinch steal Christmas: how to avoid festive fraudsters
- The 12 Days of Christmas – all the answers to the #naksecquiz
- Did computer security get better or worse in 2014? Have your say…
- Teenager pleads guilty to massive Spamhaus DDoS attack
- Sony pulls 'The Interview' after 9/11 terror threat
Friday 19 December 2014
- Happy holidays, thanks, and a request from us to you
- Bitcoin-based messaging could slip past censors
- Fake money forum founder charged with counterfeiting
- Spear-phishers grab emails from internet overseer ICANN
- Information-stealing 'Vawtrak' malware evolves, becomes more evasive
Saturday 20 December 2014
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