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CBA blames faulty code for alleged law violations The Commonwealth Bank has blamed coding errors in a software update for its Intelligent Deposit Machines for its allegedly falling foul of Australian money-laundering and…
CBA on the hook over money-laundering charges Automated cash-deposit machines are being blamed for the Commonwealth Bank allegedly violating Australian anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws.
'Real people' need no encryption: UK home secretary In what is the latest attempt by a politician to argue against the use of encrypted apps by the general public, UK home secretary Amber…
Apple bows to Chinese laws again, removes VPN apps Apple has confirmed that it removed a number of VPN apps from the mainland China version of its App Store because they contravene a recent…
TSA raises aviation security screening – anything bigger than a mobile phone The Transport Security Administration is implementing new US Airport screening procedures for carry on bags to ensure passenger safety. Any electronic device bigger than a…
China forces ethnic minority to install spyware Chinese authorities in the western province of Xinjiang have issued instructions to residents to install spyware on their mobile devices.
Swedish govt leaks massive trove of citizens' data The leak of a massive trove of data in Sweden has recently come to light, with the actual leak having happened nearly two years ago.…
IETF shifts meeting to Canada due to Trump travel ban The Internet Engineering Task Force has moved its 2018 meeting from San Francisco to Montreal due to fears that the travel bans introduced in the…
Britain set to introduce porn ID checks: report The United Kingdom will introduce age checks for those who want to access pornography on the Internet from next year.

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