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Pirate Bay saved by political ally
Aargh, a filesharers life for us.
May 19 2010 4:03AM
EU data officials question Facebook privacy
Article 29 group slams recent changes as 'unacceptable'.
May 14 2010 6:56AM
Pirate Party polls dismal UK election results
Proclaims campaign "relatively successful".
May 8 2010 7:43AM
German government criticises Facebook's data regulations
Minister "astonished" by proposed changes.
Apr 9 2010 11:50AM
Photos: Sydney protesters gag on internet filter plan
Flash mob hits the streets.
Apr 1 2010 9:55PM
ABC iView to cost $2.93m this financial year
Record amount of views.
Jan 18 2010 12:10PM
Minchin quits shadow communications portfolio
Reverses earlier assurances.
Nov 27 2009 7:17AM
Pirate Party reaches critical mass
A step closer to halls of power.
Sep 30 2009 1:49PM
Pirate Party to contest next Federal election
Calls for office bearers and supporters.
Sep 29 2009 6:25AM
Microsoft seeks party hosts for Windows 7 launch
Party hosts get freebies for pushing OS.
Sep 7 2009 3:19PM
Company will overhaul privacy agreement, third party access.
Aug 28 2009 3:13PM
Phishing apps found on Facebook
A new round of rogue Facebook applications is sending notifications that lead users to phishing sites, according to researchers at Trend Micro.
Aug 21 2009 11:37AM
Rogue Facebook app harvests user credentials
Facebook users who allow third-party applications onto their desktop have been warned that a rogue Facebook app is luring users to a site set up to harvest their credentials.
Aug 18 2009 10:22AM
Sweden's Pirate Party wins seat in European Parliament
A Swedish political party made up of copyright patent liberators and privacy campaigners has won a seat in the European Parliament.
Jun 9 2009 6:50AM
Pirate Party on course for election triumph
The Pirate Party, a Swedish political party set up to promote internet piracy and reform copyright laws, is set to win several seats in the European parliament, according to reports.
May 25 2009 6:10AM
Users not patching third party apps
Research by vulnerability specialists Secunia suggests that third party applications are increasingly being used by malware writers in preference to using operating system attacks.
Apr 21 2009 2:08PM
Support fades for Australian net censorship
The Australian government’s plans to censor all web content at the borders of the country looks in danger of coming unstuck.
Oct 31 2008 3:13PM
Stolen McCain party laptop had minimal data safeguards
A laptop containing "strategic" GOP data was stolen from the Kansas City field office for Sen. John McCain -- but the machine lacked encryption.
Oct 7 2008 9:49AM
Liberal Party: OPEL abolishment supporters named
The Liberal Party is adamant that project data relating to the OPEL broadband network reveals the impact the Rudd Labor Government's decision to axe it will have on under-served premises across rural, regional and remote Australia.
Apr 11 2008 1:59PM
First party fraud
As long as there has been credit granting there have been customers committing first party fraud.
Apr 7 2008 3:36PM
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