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Monday 14 September 2015
- Public library shelves plans to become part of Tor
- Dad sues Facebook after 11-year-old shared photos and messages with men
- Founder of collapsed Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox arrested, charged again
- AI surveillance camera tells you what it sees when it recognises you
- Microsoft downloads Windows 10 to your computer even if you don’t want it yet
- We hashed them once, we hashed them twice! 60 Second Security
Tuesday 15 September 2015
- Could a robot write this article?
- Who gives the best advice about password security?
- Drones buzz around LAPD chopper, crash into US Open and football stadiums
- Smartwatch sensors can be used to eavesdrop on the keys you’re typing
Wednesday 16 September 2015
- Remember those Facebook “Dislike Button” scams? This time it’s real…
- I must not tweet defamatory comments… I must not tweet defamatory comments… I must not…
- Jeb Bush says people need to stop “demonizing” the NSA
- Kim Dotcom of Megaupload will finally face the music over extradition
- Google found guilty of violating antitrust laws
- Anti-refugee posts prompt Facebook to launch hate speech taskforce
Thursday 17 September 2015
- Apple iOS 9 is out – with a LOT of security holes patched
- Why it’s not a good idea to leave your fiancée for someone you met online
- Snapchat, less ghostly than ever, now lets you pay to replay snaps
- Child abuser sextortionist hijacked victims’ Facebook and email accounts
Friday 18 September 2015
- BitPay spearphished and loses $1.8 million, insurer refuses to pay
- Apple watchOS 2 on hold (but iOS 9 on fire!)
- iTunes 12.3 brings support for two-factor authentication
- Tor relay turned back on after unanimous library vote
- Google fixes an Android Lollipop lockscreen bypass bug – how bad was it?
Saturday 19 September 2015
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