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Russians hacking into webcams, showing live footage from UK offices, shops and baby monitors

Information Commissioner warns the UK on CCTV hacker access

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

Software will scan computers for government-sanctioned spyware

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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

BT, Virgin, TalkTalk and Sky will add 'jihad reporting' button to flag online extremism

Government pressure prompts ISPs to strengthen filters for terrorism-related material

Tor users' anonymity at risk from network analysis attacks

Technique could identify over 80 percent of Tor users

US government accused of using 'dirtbox' planes to steal data over fake cellular networks

Mimics cellular towers fooling smartphone users into believing it's a genuine phone network

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Protect from malicious software

Silkroad 2.0 Operation Onymous Tor takedowns not so shocking

NCA's dark web tracking efforts should spur tech community to action

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Facebook adds Tor connection for privacy minded users

Moves to protect customers data from prying eyes post-PRISM

Google upgrades Android Lollipop security with encryption

Uses NSA-based technology to protect against PRISM spooks

Julian Assange: Google has grown 'big and bad'

WikiLeaks founder warns that firm has too much power in extract from fothcoming book

Half of UK affected by cyber crime, financially and emotionally

Get Safe Online finds cyber crime impact goes beyond the bank balance

Outgoing GCHQ spy chief defends internet surveillance tactics

Sir Iain Lobban makes no mention of Edward Snowden in valedictory speech

Samsung Knox devices approved for classified US government use

First consumer units to get the official nod

China targets iCloud users with cyber attacks after iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch

Looking to collect personal data, claims GreatFire.org research

BBC will publish list of URLs removed by Google under Right to be Forgotten rule

Believes some of its articles have been wrongly hidden

Cyber attacks now cost businesses $1.6m per incident

Figure has almost doubled in past five years, says HP/Ponemon report

Twitter users will now see tweets from people they do not follow

Social media site forces potentially unwelcome tweets into users' feeds

NCA: Police need to be more transparent about surveillance to quell PRISM concerns

Law enforcement must win public support to tackle hackers

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