Here are last week’s stories in one convenient place so you can catch up on what you missed!
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Monday 30 March 2015
- NSA faces security scare, this time physical: 1 killed, 2 injured in HQ incident
- Slack gets hacked – rolls out two-factor authentication after user database breach
- Stolen Uber login credentials for sale on the dark web
- Hotel Wi-Fi router security hole: will this be the Ultimate Pwnie Award Winning Bug for 2015?
- Safari users win right to sue Google over secret cookies
Tuesday 31 March 2015
- Federal agents charged over alleged Silk Road Bitcoin theft
- G20 delegates' personal data breached in autofill email glitch
- Man escapes from jail after sending fake bail email
- World Backup Day – is your data safe enough?
- DARPA's plan to make software security "the domain of machines"
Wednesday 1 April 2015
- April Fools! The day's weirdest spams revealed…
- Facebook hits back at report claiming it tracks pretty much everyone
- SSCC 192 – What's that passport number DOING IN AN EMAIL? [PODCAST]
- Twitter’s new Periscope app takes a user privacy hit
- Feds subpoena Reddit for personal info of dark web forum members
Thursday 2 April 2015
- Obama signs executive order to sanction foreign hackers
- Google clamps down on ad injectors after 100,000 Chrome users complained
- GPS tracking counts as a "search", says US Supreme Court
- How one man could have deleted every video on YouTube
- "Your location has been shared 5398 times" – Do we need a privacy assistant on our smartphones?
Friday 3 April 2015
Saturday 4 April 2015
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