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TechHub heads to India with Bangalore office opening

Start-up group looks to build east-west relationship

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Chinese Deep Panda hackers focus on Iraq over oil interests

CrowdStrike finds a switch from the US amid crisis in Middle East

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Spanish WiFi firm Gowex admits years of accounting fraud

CEO takes to Twitter to admit to accounting falsities

UK hacker Lauri Love released on bail

Arrested in 2013 for hacking US military and government networks

Government trialling PSNRoam WiFi standard for 'internet cafe' style web access

Surrey County Council lead pilot authority for innovative project

PRISM: Nine out of 10 people NSA spied on were accidental targets

Still found valuable data, reveals The Washington Post

Network Rail fined £53m to boost WiFi on rail routes

Government promises to reinvest fine into digital coverage

Russia readies cloud laws to force Google, Microsoft to keep data in nation

Mother Russia wants data on the proletariat to stay at home

International ISPs and hacker group take GCHQ to court over spying claims

Firms in UK, US and Korea issue proceedings against spy centre

UK government and Open University to offer online cyber security courses

Will aim to educate 200,000 people as part of cyber security strategy

Government sheds light on £42m digital investment plans

Part of a £400m development package

Cheaper roaming costs for data, texts and calls live in EU

Neelie Kroes wants more to be done, though

US government is still demanding Facebook bulk user data, despite PRISM outcry

Social network reveals fresh legal battle to protect users from over-zealous snoops

EU frets over web's future after France's .wine and .vin concerns

Nations must work through problems together, urges Neelie Kroes

UK police show worrying lack of data-protection skills

ICO report finds a mixed bag from forces across the UK

NSA and GCHQ mass surveillance a waste of time, says Edward Snowden

Monitoring everything has never stopped a thing, claims Snowden

UK mobile body pours scorn on national roaming 'notspot' plans

Mobile Operators Association claims plans are no ‘silver bullet’

David Cameron admits mobile signal 'notspot' woes blight UK

Legislation could be used to solve mobile blackouts

Government bans council use of CCTV ‘spy cars’

Councils must not use cars as 'cash cows'

US lawmakers approve bill to limit NSA snooping

Agency should not use funds for warrantless monitoring of US citizens

NCA Gameover Zeus malware fix will spark more dangerous attacks

Hacker at large will learn from mistakes, warns security community

Government unveils winners of £10m rural broadband trials

Satellite and wireless take bulk of funding

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