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'Readily available' consumer spyware apps could violate raft of Aussie laws
YouTube finds influence campaign tied to Hong Kong protests
Google moots open standards to limit user web tracking
Bravura swallows finance SaaS vendor Midwinter for $50m
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Optus to handle NBN satellite operations
Multi-year deal secured.
Feb 3 2014 1:01AM
Student faces US copyright extradition
Granted bail, banned from web.
Jun 20 2011 6:49AM
Wrongfully accused awarded $31k over child pr0n
Police investigation caught innocent in its net.
Apr 5 2011 10:34AM
Anonymous takes aim at IT security firm
Leaks emails, defaces social networking accounts.
Feb 8 2011 12:47PM
Operation Payback strikes Portugal
Portuguese email leak.
Oct 21 2010 2:19PM
Toshiba claims quantum key breakthrough
Paves way for one-time pad encryption.
Apr 21 2010 5:59AM
Quantum cryptography takes a step forward
Continuous operation successfully tested.
Apr 20 2010 1:10PM
Cyberwar test shows US vulnerable to attack
Test highlights vulnerability of national networks.
Feb 18 2010 4:19PM
Anonymous blasts Government sites for second day
Titstorm still listed as "in progress".
Feb 11 2010 2:50PM
Climate email hack 'a professional job'
Blamed on government or lobbyists.
Feb 3 2010 6:46AM
China lays claim to world's largest piracy bust
The Chinese state government has issued prison sentences for what was believed to be the largest and most lucrative software piracy operation in the world.
Jan 5 2009 2:03PM
Microsoft shakes up online operation
Microsoft is reorganising its Platforms and Services Division as the head of the group prepares to depart.
Jul 28 2008 9:27AM
Italian officials arrest 26 in anti-phishing operation
Italian authorities have arrested 26 people from two criminal organizations for their involvement in a phishing scheme.
Jul 17 2007 9:40AM
Microsoft files suit against spyware operation
Microsoft announced today that it has filed a lawsuit against a spyware distributor, one day after the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced the company was shut down by a U.S. District Court judge.
Nov 14 2006 6:10PM
Verizon cuts off wireless spam operation
Verizon Wireless has won a permanent injunction to stop Passport Holidays of Ormond Beach, Fla., from sending unsolicited spam text messages to its mobile phone customers.
Feb 10 2006 10:18AM
Three indicted in connection with spam operation
A federal grand jury in Phoenix, Ariz. has indicted three people on charges of violating the federal Can-Spam Act for operating a pornographic spam business.
Aug 26 2005 4:30PM
Identity theft operation unearthed
Sunbelt Software researchers say they have uncovered what appears to be a massive online identity theft ring, which is under investigation by the FBI.
Aug 5 2005 7:29PM
Police suspended in Aust child porn operation
NSW Police has suspended two of its officers and seized their home computers, as part of an Australia-wide investigation into child pornography.
Oct 8 2004 12:00AM
Adelaide to score in EDS Operation Best Shore
Nov 21 2002 12:00AM
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