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Judge approves $22.5M Google fine for violating Safari privacy


A U.S. federal judge in San Francisco gives the nod of approval, declaring that Google should pay a $22.5M USD fine for misleading consumers about the privacy protections offered to users of Apple's Safari web browser.

Companies agree to stop spying, taking secret photos on rented home computers

International webcam child abuse ring uncovered by routine police visit

The US Federal Trade Commission has reached a settlement with a remote monitoring software firm and its customers over what the agency said was flagrant computer spying on customers of the rental stores.

VB 2009 - Is there a lawyer in the lab?

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In my continuing series on Virus Bulletin 2009 presentations I want to share with you my impressions of a talk given by Juraj Malcho of Eset entitled "Is there a lawyer in the lab?". Juraj's presentation discussed the spectrum of Read more…