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

Looking to collect personal data, claims GreatFire.org research

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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

Ex-LulzSec member says companies should be punished for poor security

Misguided laws and police aggression driving bug hunters underground

Dropbox: We were not hacked

Usernames and passwords stolen from unrelated services, says cloud storage firm

Kmart suffers security breach after malware infection

Discount store chain promises customer payment details are safe

EFF pushes courts for transparency over FBI data requests

Privacy and rights group wants answers about FBI National Security Letters

PRISM: Don't talk to terrorists if you want privacy, says ex-NSA director

General Keith Alexander calls for firms to share threat data to help ward off cyber terrorists and criminal attacks

Twitter sues US government over surveillance data gagging

Invokes First Amendment 'right' to report government requests in full

Wearable technology will add six months to your life

Gartner sees benefit in rise of body-monitoring devices

EU digital minister labels celebs 'dumb' for naked selfies

Günther Oettinger already in hot water despite not even taking up digital role yet

Internet freedom besieged by big businesses warns Sir Tim Berners-Lee

World Wide Web inventor calls for rules to protect internet users from censorship and privacy invasion

US submits 6,791 data requests to Yahoo in six months

US government leads the way on data requests with more than double that of Germany and nearly six times as much as the UK

BYOD needs policies for managing business data on private devices

Kevin Poulter, senior associate for employment at law firm Bircham Dyson Bell, discusses the implications of mobility on data security

CloudFlare turns on hacker-proof ‘Keyless SSL'

Even spooks couldn't get data, firm claims

Apple CEO Tim Cook tackles privacy concerns: ‘We don’t read your email’

Cook also reiterates his statement that the company has never shared data with NSA

V3 Security Summit: iCloud hack shows need to cherry-pick data stored in the cloud

Kaspersky advises careful consideration of what data to upload

US security agencies probed up to 249 Dropbox accounts

Dropbox reveals that 80 percent of information request subpoenas came with gagging orders

Yahoo faced $250,000 per day fines for PRISM dissidence

Secret court documents reveal NSA's 2008 bullying tactics

Google confirms ‘five million' customer data dump but denies breach

Says less than two percent of ‘leaked' passwords and usernames legit

How to secure the Internet of Things

Sensors collecting IoT data will provide a fresh attack vector for hostile parties

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