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Australian laws aim to force decryption to fight crime Australia has announced that it will promulgate laws to force companies like Google and Facebook to decrypt messages sent by suspected terrorists and other criminals.
Kaspersky response to spy claims misleading: infosec expert A former employee of the NSA claims Kaspersky Lab has provided misleading information while responding to a Bloomberg article that said emails it had obtained…
New Sydney Startup Hub to open, welcomed by other startup bodies The NSW Government-funded Sydney Startup Hub will see the relocation of the top Stone & Chalk fintech hub by November 2017, with other startup bodies…
Protest against move to get rid of net neutrality law Companies and non-profits in the US have united to protest against the move by the Federal Communications Commission to get rid of the rules that…
ATO worker puts mobile hacking details on LinkedIn An employee of the Australian Tax Office has published information obtained from the Israeli firm Cellebrite online, detailing ways of breaking into mobile phones.
US restricts use of Kaspersky products by govt agencies The US government has removed Kaspersky Lab from a list of approved software suppliers for two government-wide purchasing contracts that are used to buy technology…
Inquiry set up after Medicare card details leak The Australian Government has set up a review to look into the accessibility of Medicare card numbers by health providers, with former public servant Professor…
Qualcomm seeks to block imports, sales of some iPhones, iPads The stakes have been upped in the legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm, with the chipmaker asking the US International Trade Commission to block imports…
Kaspersky source code offer means little: security firm Kaspersky Lab founder Eugene Kaspersky's offer to allow the US government to inspect the source code of his products will not ensure it is free…

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