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Telstra overlooked card failure that led to Triple Zero outage
Took 28 hours to recognise its significance.
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Coinbase users watch card fees drain bank accounts
Crypto exchange promises refunds.
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Modified VeriFone devices implanted in taxis.
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Apple plans smaller SIM card
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Committee rejects biometrics for problem gamblers
Recommends national standards for machines.
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Sony hires firms to clean up after breach
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Sony to appoint PlayStation security chief
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PennyTel engaged in stoush with Optus
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Sorry Sony admits it held 10m credit cards
Executives bow in apology.
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Cyber gypsies on the lam in Thailand with 5000 stolen cards
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ANZ trials iPhone swipe payment system
Teams with Visa.
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