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Canberra cops admit to 3000 more illegal metadata access incidents
Apologises for 3,249 incidences of ‘administrative oversight’.
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Apple faces class action over MacBook keyboard
After years of complaints and demands for a recall.
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Apple, Google, Intel fail to end poaching lawsuit
Software engineers claim limited pay and job mobility.
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Corkboard security leaves Redskins redfaced
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Telstra best placed to exploit NBN fire sale
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Thousands of accounts wiped.
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Computers fail to fool humans
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Security giants fail Virus Bulletin test
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Some of the biggest names in the security industry have failed the latest Virus Bulletin VB100 test.
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Firms fail to secure wireless networks
Wireless security vendor AirDefense has released new research which suggests that even the most cautious organisations are leaving their networks unprotected.
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