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Monday 16 March 2015
- Google forgets one little "Yes/No" setting, leaks private WHOIS data
- Yahoo slices your password out of login process, shows off end-to-end encryption
- Facebook clarifies what you can and cannot post on the site
- TeslaCrypt ransomware attacks gamers – "all your files are belong to us!"
- Full rules for protecting net neutrality released by FCC
- Bank tests heartbeat-encoded wristbands for online authentication
Tuesday 17 March 2015
- A third of Americans have changed online and phone behaviours post-Snowden
- "Black Box" brouhaha breaks out over brute forcing of iPhone PIN lock
- Silk Road lieutenant Peter Nash pleads guilty
Wednesday 18 March 2015
- Double FREAK! A cryptographic bug that was found because of the FREAK bug
- SSCC 190 – The CeBIT 2015 edition [PODCAST]
- Forget tap-and-pay, just snap-and-pay with your selfies!
Thursday 19 March 2015
- Apple issues update to recent OS X update
- Google announces "two improvements" to Google Play app approval process
- Target agrees to pay $10 million to settle data breach lawsuit
- Frat banned for exploiting female students on Facebook
- Ransomware – should you pay?
- Facebook Messenger to let you send money to friends
Friday 20 March 2015
- Greatfire.org faces daily $30,000 bill from DDoS attack
- Thought your private phone photos weren’t on Facebook? Think again…
- NYPD cop arrested for hacking into FBI, traffic databases
- Dark Web's 'Evolution' market vanishes along with $12 million
Saturday 21 March 2015
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