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Sony hack: US accuses North Korea of mounting devastating attack

IP data and malware code matches with previous hacks traced to North Korea

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Judge questions merit of Google Android anti-trust case

Judge may dismiss case but prosecution given chance to supply more evidence

Google and Verizon sign deal to boost defences against patent trolls

Companies aim to form protective barrier against threat of trolls

Apple, HP and Cisco rally round Microsoft in US cloud data legal case

Amazon, Cisco, Infor, Salesforce and Rackspace also side with Redmond in key legal battle

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

Policies introduced in 2012 continue to cause problems for search giant

Top 10 most read: iOS 8 update, Sony hack woes, London air space software meltdown

The top 10 most popular stories with V3 readers this week

The Pirate Bay resurrected despite police takedown efforts

isoHunt creates oldpiratebay.org in honour of infamous piracy website

Cameron enlists Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter to tackle the dark web

Government and tech industry take on child abuse online

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

Microsoft begins appeal against US demands for cloud data stored in Ireland

Redmond will comply with 'lawful' requests only

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

Former UK home secretary accuses North Korea of Sony cyber attack

David Blunkett also urges businesses to get better at sharing cyber security information

Samsung appeals $930m fine in Apple iPhone copying case

South Korean firm argues award is disproportionate

Autumn Statement: Government promises tech sector tax crackdown

Plans also announced for £250,000 Sir Henry Royce Institute for advanced material science research

Europol seizes 292 websites in counterfeit goods crackdown on Cyber Monday

Operation involved 25 law enforcement agencies from 19 countries

European data watchdog rounds on user tracking via device fingerprinting

Article 29 Working Party warns of privacy implications

Europol arrests 118 in swoop on airline ticket fraudsters

Agency worked with airlines in international sting

Europe wants Google to extend Right to be Forgotten rule to .com domains

Article 29 Working Party says that blanket rules will avoid circumvention

Government unveils £100m IP-matching plans to thwart terrorists

More outcry over government attempts to track web users

Regin malware: We will never find all the victims or payloads

The rabbit warren goes too deep, says Symantec

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