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Fake MH17 tributes on Facebook linked to porn, gambling sites
The crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 on Thursday has inspired several scammers to set up fake tribute Facebook pages in an effort to capitalize on the tragedy.

22.07.2014 17:07

80% of British Jews feel blamed for Israeli actions
Up to 80 percent of British Jews say non-Jews blame them for the Israeli government’s actions, a new study on anti-Semitism in the UK shows.

21.07.2014 15:23

‘Right to privacy breached’: Rights group vows to take UK govt to court over DRIP law
Emergency legislation on data retention and investigatory powers rushed through the UK parliament breach the right to privacy enshrined in human rights law, claim activists pursuing court action against the British government.

18.07.2014 15:00

Censorship war: Website unmasks links Google is blocking from search results
A subversive website has been launched to keep track of news and other webpages Google has “censored” from the search engine’s index, following the European Court of Justice’s controversial Right to be Forgotten ruling.

16.07.2014 15:46

Australian bill sees whistleblowing on intel ops punishable by up to 10 years in jail
Australia’s attorney general has proposed a new bill which would see potential whistleblowers facing up to 10 years in prison for leaks on special intelligence operations.

16.07.2014 13:33

DRIP filter: Controversial data retention bill forced through parliament
British MPs are pressing ahead with implementing a controversial bill requiring phone and internet companies to retain their customer’s data for up to a year granting security services unprecedented access to it.

15.07.2014 15:58

Data privacy watchdog reports 10% workload increase
From Google Street View to nuisance calls, Britain’s chief data protection agency is reporting a record number of cases involving the unlawful use of personal data.

15.07.2014 12:07

Russian comedian’s pitch invasion at World Cup final goes viral on YouTube
A Russian prankster stunned social media across the globe on Sunday night as he ran on to the pitch as Germany was playing Argentina in the World Cup final in Rio de Janeiro. His popularity soared, with his YouTube page soaring to over 6 million hits.

14.07.2014 08:27

Swimsuits for snow boots: Freak summer snow & hail hit Siberia, Urals (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Snowdrifts piled up on the roads of Russia's Ural region on Saturday as an abnormal summer snowstorm hit the region, bringing the area into the spotlight once again after last year's meteorite fall. Siberia also witnessed a downpour of giant hailstones.

13.07.2014 19:10

​Cash for data: Internet companies to profit from UK emergency legislation
In an increasing climate of mass surveillance, concerns over Briton’s depreciating privacy rights have been compounded by figures released under Freedom of Information law.

10.07.2014 11:17

First Google Glass telekinetic app allows users to take pictures with their thoughts (VIDEO)
A new telekinetic app operates with Google Glass to harness the power of the mind in order to control functions.

10.07.2014 14:09

​Dumping net neutrality: ‘Fast’ lane to censorship & Obama’s biggest letdown
A heavy blow to the heart of American innovation and an end to the quarter century of online liberty in the self-styled ‘land of the free’ - that’s what it would mean if US regulators go on with their proposal to reverse net neutrality.

10.07.2014 10:18

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