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Were the Ontario Election spam messages actually compliant with the law?

Cloudflare Accused of Providing Cyber Security Services to Terrorists

Whole Foods Ranked Worst on Cancer-Linked Package Chemicals

Google unveils 2018 top global search trends

New Australian anti-encryption bill ripe for abuse

US, European Consumer Groups Call on FTC to Investigate Google for Deceptive Tracking of Users

Strange Email Used to Inform Marriott Customers About the Massive Data Breach

Quora says hackers took data on 100 million users

Best Browsers for Privacy and Security

A mini Wind Turbine to power your home with a gentle breeze

Uber Fined for Covering Up 2016 Data Breach

Google is killing off Calendar SMS notifications

Top tips to grow your Podcast

Windows 10 Pro Users Say Their PCs Are No Longer Activated And Are Been Prompted To Downgrade To Windows 10 Home

Google Launches reCAPTCHA v3 That Detects Bad Traffic Without User Interaction

Pentagon Wants To Predict Anti-Trump Protests Using Social Media Surveillance

Helium Leak Disables Every iPhone In a Medical Facility

Google is shutting down Google+ for consumers following security vulnerability

Former students say that Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak's coding bootcamp is like a $13,200 broken ebook

Privacy Advocates Hopeful Rollout of 5G Can Eliminate Surveillance Vulnerabilities

Facebook Security Vulnerability Allowed Attackers to Steal User Access Tokens

Yahoo Mail scanning your emails for data to sell to advertisers

Outrage as Craig Pawson bribes shows corruption in English football is alive and well

The mounting debt of those who lost big in the Crypto Crash

Javascript mining with Coinhive converts CPU into peanuts

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Outrage over bundled adware in FileZilla FTP client

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Supreme Court rules police need a warrant for your cell phone location data

Yubico apologizes to security vulnerability researcher

Facebook Bug Causes Users Posts to be Shared Publicly

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Two Canadian Banks announce they have been hacked over the weekend

London Data Center Planned for Telehouse

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WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum is quitting Facebook for privacy reasons

'Red Alert' Protest For Net Neutrality Planned May 9

How will GDPR deal with ICANN and WHOIS?

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Coinbase goes rogue as users complain that valid accounts with funds are being shut down

Flickr has been acquired by SmugMug from Yahoo

Fastmail admits to sharing user email addresses with third party

World Cup 2018 Schedule

German Government moves to open source Nextcloud for secure file exchange