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Legislative force to be reserved for repeat offenders.
 
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Delayed priority one patches now available.
 
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Social media site apologises.
 
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PM under fire over social media.
 
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Adobe patches critical Flash, Reader, Acrobat vulnerabilities 
 
Google+ user names, comments to appear in ads 
 
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Customer IDs, credit cards, and passwords stolen.
 
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[Opinion] Social media guidelines are trip wires designed to stifle discussion.
 
Syria bombing phishing emails serve exploits 
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Reader and Java targeted.
 
Cops probe social media after London attack 
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Tracking sentiment with software.
 
Facebook unveils 'Home' software for Android 
 
Users protest against closure of Google Reader 
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Used to evade government censorship.
 
Facebook tweaks design with revamped newsfeed 
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Another bite at mobile advertising.
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