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US government outlines plans for mandatory data breach reporting

Obama also preparing to outline new data protection laws for US citizens

David Cameron wants to ban private message apps such as WhatsApp and Snapchat

Security agencies must be able to access information to keep country safe, claims PM

CES 2015: FTC warns of Internet of Things security risks

Federal Trade Commission chairwoman Edith Ramirez urges firms to consider security from the start

NSA efforts to crack VPN encryption are not the end of the world

Security community says there are still ways to stay private

Big data offers big benefits but privacy concerns must be addressed

The use of big data will pose many questions for companies, but the rewards are worth it

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Google faces €15m fine from Dutch data watchdog for privacy violations

Policies introduced in 2012 continue to cause problems for search giant

Learn from 2014's security woes or face disaster in 2015

Heartbleed and Sony woes prove the need for us to do better, says V3's senior reporter Alastair Stevenson

Google Safari web privacy case pushed back to 2015

Google claims no one was financially affected by its tracking activity, so it has no case to answer

DRIPA web snooping law faces judicial challenge

Court to hear critical concerns of MPs and rights groups

EU commits to creating single data protection law across the continent

New justice commissioner Věra Jourová also promises to improve data protection for EU citizens from overseas

MPs tell Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to simplify privacy policies

Privacy terms are complex, too long and not fit for purpose, says report

Twitter tracking user apps on iOS and Android devices

Social network plans to improve its service with smartphone app snooping, but will offer opt-out service

Regin malware appears to be the work of Western intelligence agencies

Kaspersky research shows no Western nations infected by Regin spyware

ISPs and security experts criticise UK web snooping law plans

Home Office move to match web users with IP addresses is misguided, experts say

Russian webcam spy site shut down: 'I don't want to be a bad guy', says owner

Website now displays a job-seeking advert in place of live webcam feeds

Amnesty, EFF and Privacy International launch Detekt tool to spot web snooping

Software will scan computers for government-sanctioned spyware

WhatsApp bolsters security encryption for Android app

Company using TextSecure open-source code to protect around 600 million users

Facebook will clamp down on adverts in news feeds

Users will have the option to tailor what they see from 'Liked' pages

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