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NSW charts three-step path to digital dominance
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Facebook cops requests for user data, logs
Government mostly backs down on failed requests.
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EU finds privacy flaws in data retention regime
Data used for more than serious crime.
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US authorities zeroing in on Vietnamese-based fraud ring
Operation eMule kicks into gear.
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US authorities charge 70 money mules in Zeus ring
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HP caught up in Russian bribery scandal
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Chinese hacker school shut down
Raid on Black Hawk Safety Net.
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A man has been beaten to death in China by a gang of city inspectors for filming them attacking protestors with his mobile phone..
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WabiSabiLabi founder in custody with Italian authorities
Italian authorities are holding the founder of WabiSabiLabi, an eBay-like online marketplace for buying and selling zero-day vulnerabilities.
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Authorities hope arrest of Ukraine man leads to TJX orchestrator
Authorities believe the recent arrest of a Ukrainian man in Turkey on identity theft charges could lead police to the brains behind the TJX data breach.
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Authorities smash US$2bn piracy ring
Authorities in the US and China have broken up a piracy group accused of trafficking more than US$2bn worth of unlicensed software.
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German authorities seize Tor servers
Anonymous surfing network fingered in child porn crackdown.
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Spanish authorities hook phishing mules
Four people face charges in Spain in connection with an internet fraud scheme believed to have been orchestrated in Eastern Europe.
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Kenyan authorities worried over rise in cybercrime
Cybercrime cases are rising steadily in Kenya, according to Edwin Nyaseda, the Nairobi police commissioner.
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