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Watchdog goes after in-app purchases
Apr 15 2013 12:07PM
US watchdog slams mobile apps for collecting data
Nearly 60 percent of apps send user data back to developers.
Dec 11 2012 7:40AM
Kids develop hacking skills at Defcon
Born to hack.
Aug 8 2011 6:52AM
Apple audit weeds out toxic factories
Rare insight into working conditions.
Feb 16 2011 10:58AM
Cyber Guardian ups ante on blocking kids' net access
Boasts its software can't be circumvented.
May 19 2010 5:34PM
Commentary: Think B4 U waste our time and money
Be afraid - it's Safer Internet Day 2010.
Feb 9 2010 2:43PM
Tiny tots log into their own computers
But many more access communal household PCs.
Jul 15 2009 3:14PM
Details of 5000 children found on memory stick in Leeds
An enquiry has been launched after a memory stick was found in a second-hand car in Leeds.
Dec 9 2008 10:06AM
Microsoft points piracy finger at children
New research released by Microsoft today suggests that the UK is a nation of unrepentant pirates, who know what they are doing is wrong but just do not care.
Jul 16 2008 9:47AM
Virtual world to help children cope with cancer
Researchers in Canada are developing an online virtual world in which children with cancer can talk with others about their illness, and manage symptoms caused by cancer and other chronic diseases.
Apr 5 2008 12:15PM
NSPCC urges children to speak out online
Don't Hide It campaign hopes to counter abuse.
May 17 2007 3:20PM
Stolen laptop in UK contains details of 11,000 children
UK's Nottingham Primary Care Trust (NPCT) has admitted that "several laptops" have been stolen, one of which contains information on about 11,000 young children.
Mar 28 2007 12:25PM
Warner music boss declines to sue his children
Millions of downloaders worldwide seek adoption.
Dec 8 2006 9:43AM
Protecting our Children - You Need to Read This!
It's no secret that we now live in a world where technical changes are coming at us at an ever-increasing rate.
Jan 16 2004 2:46PM
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