An Israeli company that makes software for breaking into mobile devices including iPhones, has been publicly shamed by cryptographer Moxie Marlinspike, the creator of the Signal messaging app, who exposed poor security in the software which the company uses.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has made his reaction known to the blocking of news content in the country by Facebook – in a post on Facebook.
Some advertisers who deserted YouTube in the wake of the discovery that racist, anti-Semitic and terrorist videos were running on their ads have returned to using the service, but many prominent names are still holding out.
A lobby group for IT workers has slammed the Coalition government over its proposal to introduce laws to gain access to encrypted communications, saying such moves were completely unworkable.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has played down the terrorist threat to Western nations on the cyber front, saying such groups currently "pose a low cyber threat".
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