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Data stored overseas should be accessible to US government, judge rules
​A federal judge in New York City sided with the United States government on Thursday and said that Microsoft must comply with a search warrant compelling the corporation to surrender customer data it stores overseas.

31.07.2014 17:49

Twitter account resumes posting UK politicians’ Wikipedia edits
A Twitter bot designed to alert the public to edits made to Wikipedia content by parliamentary network IP addresses has been re-launched following attempts to block it.

31.07.2014 12:49

System down: US visa database glitch creates global backlog
American visas have become literally unobtainable in all consulates worldwide for nearly two weeks as IT specialists have struggled to fix the country’s malfunctioning consular database.

31.07.2014 04:52

​Anonymous 'knocks out' Mossad website over Israel’s Gaza offensive
Hacker group Anonymous has reportedly taken down the website of the Israeli secret service Mossad in protest of Israel’s military incursion in Gaza. The ‘hacktivists’ have already targeted a number of organizations in their mission to stop the “genocide.”

31.07.2014 04:24

German minister's 'give up' advice to Snowden stirs opposition ire
Instead of being hunted and changing countries all his life, Edward Snowden should return to the US and face charges, shared the German Justice Minister, arousing waves of indignant comments from political opponents and human rights activists worldwide.

30.07.2014 05:26

Feds doled out millions towards Tor online anonymity tools
The National Security Agency may be working to crack the anonymous Tor browser, but the US government actually donated close to $2 million to the project in 2013.

30.07.2014 02:45

‘We experiment on human beings!’ OkCupid unapologetic about experiments on users
‘I did it for your own good’ is not what you want to hear when the dating site you use sets you up on a bad date. On purpose. ‘Everybody does it’ is similarly disconcerting. But that’s exactly what OkCupid is saying about experiments involving its users.

29.07.2014 18:25

Microsoft latest victim in China's spy-spooked probes
The surprise visit of regulators to Microsoft’s offices across China on Monday has marked a dangerous turn for the US tech giant’s operations in China, once the hottest growth market for companies making iPhones, Xboxes, or running search engines.

29.07.2014 12:47

UK police seize online ad space to warn against piracy
The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has begun replacing adverts on websites suspected of piracy with official warnings in an effort to disrupt their revenue streams.

29.07.2014 13:00

UK parliament shoots down ‘unnecessary’ anti-revenge porn laws
Peers in the British Parliament have rejected proposals to make ‘revenge porn’ a criminal offence, stating that proposals for new laws are unnecessary.

29.07.2014 09:33

US launches 2 spy geo-satellites to track ‘nefarious capability’ of other nations
The US Air Force has successfully orbited two geosynchronous satellites to monitor all other space devices operating on the same strategic orbit, because of the “nefarious capability” other nations might try to place up there, an American general said.

29.07.2014 04:57

Germany’s biggest tabloid under fire for criticizing local Muslims
An opinion article in Germany’s biggest tabloid which criticized the country’s Muslim community for "honor killings" and "disproportionate criminality" among Muslim youths sparked fierce criticism from adepts of Islam and opposition politicians alike.

28.07.2014 09:58

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