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Monday 23 March 2015
- Alleged StubHub cyberscalper will be extradited to the US
- Convicted identity thief caught after posting selfie on Twitter
- "Pwn2Own" competition pops Flash, Reader and four browsers, pays out over $550K [POLL]
- Microsoft's Project Spartan browser will replace Internet Explorer – but slowly
Tuesday 24 March 2015
- Grade-hacking case brings 16 more felony charges for private tutor suspect
- Twitch resets passwords, says user details may have been stolen
- Will Artificial Intelligence keep humans as pets?
- Top Silk Road drug dealer sentenced to 5 years
- New Android 'on-body detection' leaves your phone unlocked as long as you keep moving
- Are smartphones bad for our kids?
Wednesday 25 March 2015
- India strikes down controversial "Section 66A" social media policing law
- SSCC 191 – Live in Ljubljana [PODCAST]
- Google Glass isn't dead. It's being fine-tuned for the masses
- Twitter's new “threats, abusive language” filter has its restrictions
Thursday 26 March 2015
- "Look at me" – forget fingerprints, here comes a Samsung tablet with iris recognition
- Plenty Of Fish hooked by Canada's anti-spam laws, faces 48k penalty
- Uber goes Big Data, shares customers' data with a hotel chain
- Entire Oakland Police license plate reader data set handed to journalist
- Serious Security: China Internet Network Information Center in TLS certificate blunder
Friday 27 March 2015
- Leave Facebook if you value your privacy, says EU
- PayPal in trouble over Weapons of Mass Destruction (sort of)
- How secure is your Wi-Fi? 3 things small businesses need to know
- Hijacked school Twitter account turns head teacher into a porn star
- Tinder hack tricks men into unknowingly flirting with each other
Saturday 28 March 2015
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