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Displaying items by tag: Big Brother

Attackers claim to have used the Windows DoppelPaymer ransomware to hit leading British television production company Endemol Shine and have published a few files from the company that they claim to have exfiltrated from its systems.

Published in Security

Google has quietly dropped the longstanding wall between anonymous tracking of online ads and user's names, according to a report published by ProPublica.

Published in Data

Australia’s security agencies now have the power to access any computer in Australia, for any reason. They don’t have to let you know why, or even if they are doing it at all.

Published in C Level
The whole National ID Card scheme in the UK has been surrounded by controversy since the get go. Now, as the Government announces the roll out schedule, it admits it is missing one vital component.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 10 November 2008 16:20

280 million people are victims of data loss

Have you been a victim of personal data loss? It seems that you are not alone, as some 280 million people around the world are reported to have found themselves in the same position during the last three years.

Published in Home Tech




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