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Monday review - the hot 24 stories of the week

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ICYMI - here are the top stories from the past week, all in one convenient place.

Facebook set to clamp down on video piracy

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Videos on Facebook largely belong to other people but that's set to change as the company develops new tools and procedures to quickly identify and remove infringing content.

Explaining how to use pirate site Popcorn Time can get you arrested

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The law is moving to crush the "Netflix for pirated movies" like so many crunchy snacks littering the floor of a crowded movie theater.

Monday review - the hot 24 stories of the week

Here are the top stories from the past week so you can catch up with what you missed!

Privacy and targeting are among new video controls for Facebook Pages

Privacy and targetting are among new video controls for Facebook Pages

Now, video uploaders can discriminate - or is it target-market? - based not only on language and location, but also on gender and age.

Burglary suspect accidentally takes his own iPhone selfie video

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He slipped in through an unlocked side door in the early morning. He grabbed an iPhone, then cast himself in a leading role in a video selfie.

How one man could have deleted every video on YouTube

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Kamil Hismatullin fought his desperate urge to delete all things Justin Bieber, he said.

YouTube channel swamps police with requests for disclosure of body-cam video

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A YouTube channel has been surfacing police body-cam footage. It now has some 75 videos up, showing, among other things, men with knives, break-ins, car accidents, drug smoking, and an emergency phone call about a woman going into labor. Subjects' privacy, it seems, is getting trampled in the stampede to get at such video.

Bitcoin forum hacked in aftermath of Silk Road takedown

Bitcoin forum hacked in aftermath of Silk Road takedown

Bicointalk.org was hacked on Wednesday, just hours after the FBI shut down online marketplace Silk Road. The site's administrator, who admitted that the attack was "worse than I thought", is offering 50 Bitcoins (around $6,500) to the first person to explain in detail how the attack occurred.

Monday review - the hot 20 stories of the week

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Missed anything last week? Don't worry, here's a little roundup of everything we wrote.

Can multiple moving cursors really hide your password from spyware and peepers? [VIDEO]

Can multiple moving cursors really hide your password from spyware and peepers? [VIDEO]

Japanese boffins think they might have found an imaginative way to stop malware stealing your passwords as you enter them online.

But will it really work?

Monday review - the hot 18 stories of the week

Here you go.

All the stories we wrote in the past seven days, in case you missed anything (or just want to read them again).

Anonymous names man they say drove Amanda Todd to suicide

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In September this year, a Canadian teenager called Amanda Todd posted a video on YouTube describing how she had been the victim of bullying.

And then she killed herself.

Now, Anonymous has named the man that they blame for her misery.

Monday review: the hot 20 stories of the week

Monday review: the hot 26 stories of last week

In case you missed any of these stories, here's everything we wrote in the last seven days.

Watch this - the funniest spam video you'll ever see [VIDEO]

The funniest spam video you'll ever see [VIDEO]

The folks at "Glove and Boots" manage to make what could be a tremendously dry topic, funny and informative instead.

VIDEO: How to solve the AusCERT 2012 #sophospuzzle

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By popular demand, here is a video explaining how to solve the puzzle we published on our AusCERT 2012 conference T-shirt.

44 solvers from 14 countries cracked it in the time allowed - find out how they did it!

Sesame Street's YouTube channel hacked, replaced with porn

Sesame Street's YouTube channel hacked, replaced with porn

Sesame Street had its YouTube channel hacked on Sunday, and its highly popular child-friendly videos of muppets like Kermit the frog and the Big Bird replaced with something far less savoury...

Automated Skype calls spread fake anti-virus warning [VIDEO]

Automated Skype calls spread fake anti-virus warning

Beware automated Skype calls telling you that your PC's security is not active.

Not only are the messages unsolicited spam, but you could also be the next victim of a fake anti-virus attack.

Lady Gaga found dead in hotel room? Beware Facebook clickjacking scam

Lady Gaga found dead in hotel room? Beware Facebook clickjacking scam

Has Lady Gaga really been found dead in a hotel room?

A clickjacking scam which has spread rapidly across Facebook would certainly like you to think so.

Facebook killer video scam spreads between social networkers

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Is there a Facebook serial killer in your city?

Video scam spreads rapidly across social network, using GEO-IP lookup to appear more enticing.