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  Monday August 6, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

Today we sit down with the Queensland Government's chief information officer Peter Grant for his view on the Anonymous website defacements last month.

Meanwhile, Blackberry maker RIM and Skype have denied cooperating with governments on surveillance of communications, and Dropbox has discovered why its users were spammed last month.

-- Liz Tay

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