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Dropbox Pro now features extra security

US security agencies probed up to 249 Dropbox accounts

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

Yahoo

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

Secret court documents reveal NSA's 2008 bullying tactics

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

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

FBI used ‘leaky Captcha' to catch Silk Road's hidden servers

Court documents reveal how law enforcement hunted Tor black market

Apple investigating iCloud hack reports after celebrity photo theft

Security community cites as proof consumer clouds aren't fit for business

GCHQ and NSA spooks leaking Tor bugs to developers

Agents tipping Tor Project off about undiscovered vulnerabilities

Apple stores user data on Chinese servers, claims it will improve iCloud performance

The tech giant denies the move will put its users’ data privacy at the mercy of Chinese laws

EU justice commissioner slams Google and Right to be Forgotten critics

Promises reform is workable and economically advantageous

Chinese Android smartphone firm Xiaomi caught collecting users' data

Probably accidental, not surveillance, says F-Secure

Edward Snowden granted asylum in Russia for three more years

Whistleblower’s asylum ended on 31 July

Facebook privacy class action lawsuit attracts 17,000 supporters

Open to anyone outside of Canada and the US

ICO ‘sounds the alarm’ over legal profession's shoddy data-handling

Fifteen incidents reported to data watchdog in the past three months

Google to hide Wikipedia link under EU's Right to be Forgotten law

Case is first request under new law to affect the online encyclopedia

Google calls for legal help on Right to be Forgotten ruling

House of Lords says that information cannot disappear

Hackers caught hunting Tor hidden services

Project says ‘it hopes' attacks were done by CERT researchers

Right to be Forgotten is unworkable and unreasonable, argue Lords

European Union's Court of Justice ruling must be overturned

Apple slams researcher over iOS backdoor claims

Firm releases details on ‘diagnostic tools’

MPs move to cut DRIP data flows at the source

Programme is contrary to human rights legislation, say Tom Watson and David Davis

US warns of Huawei WiFi modem XSS security threat

Could be exploited for snooping, say researchers

Blackphone lays into BlackBerry in privacy row

Black mark for Canadian rival

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