Apple patent serves ads based on credit card balance 
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Only advertising what the user can afford.
 
Data: Advertising's best frenemy 
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Dangerous XSS bug discovered in fully patched IE 
By Allie Coyne | Feb 4, 2015 | Comment Now 
Users credentials at risk.
 
Flash takes backseat as YouTube moves to HTML5 
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Tech advances let online video giant move forward.
 
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Stripe to process Twitter's e-commerce payments.
 
Web companies rush to plug serious cross-domain hole 
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Google and other large properties vulnerable.
 
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No fix for those on unsupported OS.
 
Google, Viacom settle landmark copyright lawsuit 
 
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Combo "like removing both the belt and braces".
 
Google appoints new YouTube boss 
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Long-time exec scores role.
 
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Microsoft releases Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 
 
IE catches the most social engineered attacks 
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Beats Firefox, Chrome and Safari.
 
Microsoft pays out first US$100,000 bug bounty 
 
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Fraudulent and malicious advertising - known as malvertising - is among the sneakier threats discussed in a recent report.
 
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By Danielle Walker | Oct 2, 2013 | Comment Now 
A U.S. district judge ruled that the case against Google can move forward making it the second case, of late, where the tech giant will face accusations that it violated ...
 
Which social networks hold the most spam? 
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Spam surges 355 percent this year.
 
Hackers use IE zero-day on Japanese targets 
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Some sites simply 'collateral damage'.
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