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Microsoft targets enterprise with Azure updates
Attempts to build a bridge between Windows and Azure.
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NBN Co reins in rollout transparency
[Blog post] Fresh wave of data files removed from website.
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Post-MegaUpload Hollywood wants more blood
For '41 billion page views'.
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Facebook searches tapped by police prosecutors
Warrants kept from users and their lawyers.
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Cloud storage firm isn't honest about security practices, researcher claims.
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Beta puts safe files in the trash.
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Hackers breach Nasdaq's computers
FBI, SEC called in to investigate.
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BitDefender apologises for faulty update
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Oink torrent manager roots his way to freedom.
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New storage capability to benefit business users.
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Snow Leopard users complain about deletion of files
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Temporary files frequently left on shared computers
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Fake profiles auto-generated.
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Ya!Bucks spreads malicious executable files
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Lawyers acting for BitTorrent tracker The Pirate Bay have argued that there is no connection between illicit downloads and lost sales in the music industry.
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MP3 player contains confidential US military files
A New Zealand man has discovered pages of confidential US military files on a used MP3 player he bought.
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