Google hit with nearly $1m privacy fine in Belgium
German court bans Tesla ad statements related to autonomous driving
How Edith Cowan Uni’s two-year switch to video prepared it for COVID
Attackers exploiting unpatched F5 BIG-IP devices
Ausgrid drives to complete 'HR Essentials' transformation
Don't have an account? Register now!
Various Kanye West sites hit by hackers
The personal email and MySpace accounts of American rapper and producer Kanye West have been hit by hackers.
Jan 28 2009 11:26AM
MySpace sells small businesses on self-service ads
The latest push by MySpace to bring in more advertising dollars relies on some unusual ingredients - like Bacon Salt.
Oct 14 2008 12:48AM
MySpace users get free Wi-Fi access
Users of social networking site MySpace.com will be given free Wi-Fi access when using broadband service provider The Cloud.
Aug 7 2008 7:39AM
Cyber lawyers fall out over MySpace suicide
Defendant not guilt of breaking hacker law, say legal eagles.
Aug 7 2008 7:39AM
Facebook and MySpace attacked by new worms
New worms attacking social networking sites Facebook and MySpace have been uncovered.
Aug 5 2008 9:38AM
Myspace suicide woman 'did what loads of people do online'
Missouri mother Lori Drew’s lawyer is now arguing that if she is guilty, then so are millions of other internet users every day.
Jul 25 2008 9:32AM
MySpace joins OpenID alliance
MySpace has signed up to the OpenID initiative aimed at allowing internet users to employ the same accounts and passwords across the web.
Jul 24 2008 9:11AM
Facebook has more friends than MySpace
Facebook has overtaken arch rival MySpace in the battle for online popularity, according to the latest independent figures..
Jun 24 2008 11:52AM
Lori Drew denies MySpace bullying charges
Lori Drew, the US woman accused of creating a fake MySpace profile to bully a girl who later committed suicide, has entered a plea of not guilty at a trial in Los Angeles.in Los Angeles.
Jun 18 2008 2:37PM
Spam king Richter must pay US$6m to MySpace
Self-styled 'King of Spam' Scott Richter has been ordered to pay US$6m in legal fees and damages for spamming MySpace subscribers in August 2006.
Jun 18 2008 12:31PM
MySpace gears up for face-lift
MySpace is to launch a major redesign of its website on 18 June, promising improved navigation and search features..
Jun 14 2008 12:19PM
Social networking not just a Gen Y ‘thing’
Web 2.0 technologies may only have emerged within the past decade, but the concept of social networking is said to date much farther back than that.
Jun 11 2008 1:50PM
Woman charged over MySpace suicide
A US woman was indicted last week on federal charges of fraudulently using a MySpace account to pose as a teenaged boy..
May 19 2008 12:02PM
MySpace spammers fined US$230m
MySpace has won its legal challenge against two individuals who bombarded its members with spam..
May 15 2008 7:35AM
Hackers attack MySpace and Facebook
Buffer overflows are at the heart of a series of attacks against Facebook and MySpace, security firm Fortify Software has warned..
Mar 4 2008 7:35AM
Teenager nabs mugger via MySpace
A New York teenager has tracked down the boy who mugged her by using MySpace to start an online relationship with the criminal..
Feb 29 2008 3:38PM
'Link hack' redirects MySpace visitors to phishing site
Security researchers at Websense have uncovered what they called a "link hack" that bypasses the attempts of social networking website MySpace.com to control and filter the links on its pages.
Feb 27 2008 10:02AM
Atheists' MySpace page restored after hacking incident
The "Atheist and Agnostic Group" MySpace page has been reactivated, a month after the page was deleted following a November 2007 hacking incident where unauthorised users renamed it "Jesus is Love."
Feb 7 2008 10:17AM
Christian hackers attack MySpace page
Radical Christian hackers have been waging an online war against atheism.
Feb 6 2008 3:32PM
Critical ActiveX control flaw found in image uploader sent to users by Facebook, MySpace
Symantec has warned that a critical flaw in the ActiveX control of image uploaders that have been widely distributed to users of popular social networking sites Facebook and MySpace can be exploited by hackers to install malicious code on user's computers.
Feb 4 2008 10:23AM
Most popular tech stories
Telstra to have Australian agents answer all inbound calls from 2022
Woolworths identifies stores with stock in chats initiated from Google Search, Maps
ATO to integrate new digital services API gateway
NBN Co to cut 800 staff by end of 2020
Australia Post road tests its transformation scope with staff first
TPG finalises merger with Vodafone Australia
5 big new Microsoft Teams features and announcements
Versent hires NAB veteran Nicole Devine as COO
Arq Group rebrands to Webcentral Group, sold to Web.com for $12 million
Huawei Australia slams MacTel chief over Chinese gear ban comment
How long will a UPS keep your computers on if the lights go out?
How do I make sure my email is properly synced between all my computers?
6 cloud accounting systems for Australian small businesses compared: MYOB, QuickBooks, Reckon, Saasu, Sage and Xero
7 standalone STP payroll solutions for micro businesses
How to recover deleted emails in Gmail
Govt plans $1.35bn investment in cybersecurity over next decade
Meet the Australian electronics manufacturer that sidestepped the lockdown
NSW govt seeks input on next cyber security strategy
IoTAA and IoT Hub announce entries open for the 2020 IoT Awards
World's largest IT distributor looks to simplify Australian IoT sales
Don't have an account? Register now!
Username / Email:
Forgot your password?