Black Hat cancels talk on how to crack Tor 
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Research not approved for public release.
 
NZ 3-strikes supporter grilled for alleged Dotcom donations 
 
Post-MegaUpload Hollywood wants more blood 
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For '41 billion page views'.
 
Cable lobby warns action on aerial NBN plans 
 
TelstraClear chief blasts 'old world' content model 
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Kiwis forced to work with a 'flawed' business model.
 
Technician wages wi-fi war against neighbour 
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Sentenced to 18 years' jail.
 
Copyright 'lobbynomics' found to stifle innovation 
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Digital Copyright Exchange idea floated in Britain.
 
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After Attorney General quoted from it.
 
FamilyVoice call to expand ISP filters 
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Row flares up in Adelaide.
 
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Says current system will delay broadband benefits.
 
Watchdog attacks Google US$4m lobby spend 
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Behind on transparent lobbying.
 
China to crack down on Google hackers if evidence is shown 
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Though Google still yet to file a report.
 
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Government not too keen.
 
Software crack site hides malware repository 
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QLD Police crack peer-to-peer networks 
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Queensland Police officers have reportedly used new investigative software that can crack peer-to-peer networks to arrest and charge a Brisbane man for sharing child exploitatio...
 
Mobile devices remain uncracked in competition 
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A hacking contest organised at the CanSecWest has failed to crack any of the mobile devices on offer, despite managing to get through most mainstream browsers.
 
Researchers crack WPA encryption 
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Pair break code used on half of all wireless traffic.
 
Chinese offered tools to crack the Great Firewall 
By Iain Thomson | Aug 5, 2008 | Comment Now 
Foundation offers free ways to beat censorship.
 
iPhone 3G causes security concerns 
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Reports have emerged that Apple’s much-hyped iPhone 3G has been hacked only five days after its world-wide release.
 
Researchers crack London tube card security 
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Researchers from Radboud University in the Netherlands have successfully cracked the security of the Oyster card used for fare payments on buses and tubes in London..
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