ICYMI – Catch up with the security news from the last seven days!
Watch the top news in 60 seconds, and then check out the individual links to read in more detail.
Monday 13 July 2015
- United Airlines pays hacker one million air miles in bug bounty reward
- Linux creator Linus Torvalds pooh-poohs fears over Artificial Intelligence
- WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger could be banned by UK's newly proposed bill
- Lad who attacked Spamhaus in DDoS attack avoids prison, given a second chance
- Fed up with losing email to your spam folder? Gmail’s artificial intelligence wants to help
Tuesday 14 July 2015
- Who killed Proxyham?
- Did Firefox listen to Facebook and just kill Flash? (No, but there's another patch!)
- US government takes aim at 3D printed guns
- Facebook's new CSO comes out swinging: "Death to Flash!" [POLL]
- Facebook locked out Jemmaroid von Laalaa, so she made it her real name
Wednesday 15 July 2015
- ID thief who scooped data on 200 million Americans jailed for 13 years
- Google slip reveals why people exercise their "right to be forgotten"
- This is what happens if you let anyone use your Facebook password
- Another "Hacking Team" zero-day surfaces – this time in IE, not Flash!
Thursday 16 July 2015
- Reddit CEO goes in search of values for the crisis-hit community
- Celebrity caught on police camera causes Twitter uproar
- Notorious cybercrime forum Darkode taken down, dozens arrested
Friday 17 July 2015
- Why this doctor posted his medical history online for anyone to see
- Lauri Love rearrested, faces extradition to US on hacking charges
- Does Siri have a secret signal to summon 911?
- What's keeping security experts awake at night?
Saturday 18 July 2015
Sunday 19 July 2015
- Reddit's filth to be locked in the basement
- Twitter stock pumped by bogus story about $31 billion buyout offer
Monday 20 July 2015
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