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Monday 24 August 2015
- Meet "SexyCyborg" and her high-heeled shoes… with hacking tools inside!
- Spotify explains its new "give us your data" policy
- Explaining how to use pirate site Popcorn Time can get you arrested
- Teen nabbed after attacks on UK government and FBI sites
Tuesday 25 August 2015
- Facebook threats against Pokémon World Championships lead to arrests in Boston
- Ashley Madison data breach leads to extortion attempts
- Stingrays used to track petty crime
- Pirate sites ban Windows 10 over privacy worries
Wednesday 26 August 2015
- Facebook spammer Sanford Wallace guilty of sending 27 million messages
- Businessman who hacked 900 phones as "revenge" is jailed
- Phone feared drowned posts selfies of adventures with firefighters
- Twitter muzzles Politwoops politician-tracking accounts
Thursday 27 August 2015
- How a crook could have taken over your Facebook pages
- Autoplaying video of journalists' murders gives Facebook, Twitter users pause
- California pushes 350-foot no-fly drone law
- Curt Schilling suspended over tweet comparing Muslims to Nazi-era Germans
- Now there's a species of crayfish named after Edward Snowden
- Should companies be held responsible for a customer data breach? [POLL]
Friday 28 August 2015
- PayPal patches potential payment-stealing vulnerability
- National Crime Agency snares teens who used Lizard Squad DDoS tool
- Facebook set to clamp down on video piracy
- Dark Web market Agora suspends operations due to Tor vulnerability
- Man arrested after posting Facebook videos of him tampering with traffic cameras
Monday 31 August 2015
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