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Australia has said it will move to regulate exchanges that deal in the cryptocurrency bitcoin, as part of its crackdown on money laundering and terrorist financing.

 



The entire database of 1.8 million Chicago voters was left open to all and sundry on an Amazon cloud-based storage site which was configured for public access.

Australian battery manufacturer Redflow has decided to move the manufacturing headquarters for its zinc-bromine flow batteries from North America to Thailand.

A push to make private US companies give up the use of products from Kaspersky Lab is in progress, with the FBI holding briefings for firms and telling them that intelligence shows the Russian company is a threat to national security.

A security researcher claims to have cracked the encryption used for Apple's Secure Enclave Processor firmware and has published a decryption key.

A way of modifying the atomic structure of iron to create a metal that can remove impurities from water in a short time has been developed by scientists at the Edith Cowan University.

Kogan has continued its policy of underpromising and overdelivering, proudly boasting of significantly outperforming the prospectus forecasts on “all key metrics” with all figures up.

 

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