Here are last week’s stories in one convenient place so you can catch up on what you missed!
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Monday 6 July 2015
- Hillary Clinton: China hacks ‘everything that doesn’t move’ in the US
- Amazon releases low-cholesterol Heartbleed medicine called ‘s2n’
Tuesday 7 July 2015
- Flash malware that gives you a free security update
- Poisoning Google search results and getting away with it
- NSA’s XKeyscore collects router data, Skype conversations, webcam images
- Faceglória: like Facebook but without all that ‘sin’
Wednesday 8 July 2015
- It’s time we stopped calling Millennials “dumb” about data privacy
- Flash zero-day leaks out from “Hacking Team” hack, patch expected Real Soon Now
- No jail for Lizard Squad member guilty of 50,700 cybercrime charges
- Social media etiquette for Jim Carrey (and everyone else)
- Tax fraudster who hacked accounting firms pleads guilty in US court
- Judge overturns conviction of Goldman Sachs programmer for stealing code
Thursday 9 July 2015
- The OpenSSL “CVE-2015-1793” certificate verification bug – what you need to know
- SSCC 206 – Who gave you permission to use my Wi-Fi? [PODCAST]
- Tinder adds verified accounts to stop people getting duped by fake celebrities
- Google ad profiling: what’s causing the gender discrimination?
Friday 10 July 2015
- Madonna hacker who leaked songs sentenced to 14 months
- How 153 robocalls cost one company $229,500
- Do Americans have the same right as Europeans to be “forgotten” by Google?
- Man charged for naming sexual assault victim on police Facebook page
- Apple ditches Recovery Key in new 2FA process for El Capitan and iOS 9
Sunday 12 July 2015
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