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Google in hot water over privacy of Android apps for kids

Large numbers of child-centred Android apps may be breaking US law.

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NSA reveals how it beats 0-days

Exploits and vulnerabilities are weaponized against us 24 hours after release, says technical director.

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Employee from hell busted by VPN logs

Before retiring from PenAir airline, Suzette Kugler set herself up with fake, high-privilege VPN user accounts that didn't keep her secrets.

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Silence! Chrome hushes noisy autoplaying videos

With the Chrome 66 comes blissful quiet: Google is muting all autoplay content by default.

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Hacking like it’s 1999 (oh, and what to do about Facebook) [PODCAST]

Here's the latest Naked Security Podcast - enjoy!

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Why ‘remote detonator’ is a bad name for your Wi-Fi network

Police called, building evacuated...

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Russia’s Grizzly Steppe gunning for vulnerable routers

Russian Government hackers stand accused of targeting millions of routers

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Facebook: 3 reasons we’re tracking non-users

It's just how the internet works, Facebook said.

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Traditional firewalls fall short in protecting organizations, says survey

A new survey, sponsored by Sophos, asked IT managers how their firewall technology is working for them. The results are in.

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5 simple tips for better computer security

Small steps really can make a big impact.

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WhatsApp image showing drug dealer’s fingerprints leads to arrest

Enhanced social media images of the man's fingers led to the takedown of 11 members of a drug ring and his sentencing.

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Gmail’s new ‘Confidential Mode’ won’t be completely private

Have you ever wished it were possible to delete an email from a recipient’s inbox days, weeks or months after it was sent? If so and you're a Gmail or G Suite user, it looks as if Google might be about to enable this kind of ‘self-destructing’ email…

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“Privacy is not for sale,” says Telegram founder

Telegram founder Pavel Durov has spoken out after Russia started blocking Telegram encrypted messaging.

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Could an Intel chip flaw put your whole computer at risk?

All it would take is a low-level programming bug in your computer's CPU.

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How to protect your Facebook data [UPDATED]

Facebook's in hyper privacy-tweaking mode. Herein, how to protect your privacy now that it's fiddled with the dials.

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Tracking protection in Firefox for iOS now on by default – why this matters

Turning it on by default might sound like a mere tweak, but its the first version of the browser to do this without the user having to consciously turn it on.

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Facial recognition cameras on lamp posts to be tested in Singapore

The Singapore government wants to put one on top of all 110,000 lamp posts throughout the country, to help identity all who pass by.

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Monday review – the hot 20 stories of the week

From checking if your Facebook data was shared with Cambridge Analytica and the 65 vulnerabilities fixed in April's Patch Tuesday to Facebook's 'shadow profiles', and more!

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The ransomware that says, “I don’t want money” – play a violent game instead!

Ransomware that lets you play to pay...

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Instagram bends to GDPR – a “download everything” tool is coming

The tool will let you get at your photos, videos and messages

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Interview: Sarah Jamie Lewis, Executive Director of the Open Privacy Research Society

An interview with Sarah Jamie Lewis, Executive Director of the Open Privacy Research Society, a new privacy advocacy and research non-profit based in Vancouver, Canada.

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