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Corruption Currents: Hacker 'Guccifer' Pleads Guilty

Wall Street Journal (blog) - ‎22 hours ago‎
China is expected to step up its bribery probes. (SCMP). Olympics officials say they have no reason to doubt the legitimacy of payments made by Tokyo to host the 2020 Summer Games.

5 Tips To Make Your Next Business Trip Feel Like A Vacation

Vulcan Post (press release) - ‎13 hours ago‎
The idea of hacking flights conjures images of the Guy Fawkes mask, but it turns out that what actually happens are much more mundane, like erasing your own browser's cookies and using a VPN, not a common website security problem, according to my ...
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Forcing tech companies to build nonexistent hacking technology might end both brand and consumer privacy

International Business Times AU - ‎13 hours ago‎
There are reasons why the likes of Google, Facebook and Microsoft, as well as other tech brands, have set aside their rivalries with Apple and support the goaded company instead.
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Where The 2016 Candidates Stand On Cybersecurity And Civil Liberties

Fast Company - ‎May 23, 2016‎
Trump says that it made her classified communications and the country vulnerable to hacking by foreign adversaries and governments while Sanders famously announced in a debate that he doesn't care about her "damn" emails.

China Subjects Tech Imports to Heavy Security Scrutiny

E-Commerce Times - ‎May 19, 2016‎
In 2010, Google threatened to pull out from China over hacking and censorship concerns and got the U.S. government involved.
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Bangladesh, Vietnam Bank Hacks Put Global Lenders on Edge

Bloomberg - ‎May 17, 2016‎
... BAE report. It included Swift codes for the New York and Hanoi branches of Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd.

Security Central: Google Chrome Benches Flash, Political Arena Battles Cyber Security Woes

The VAR Guy - ‎May 20, 2016‎
Let's start this week on a positive note with an important update from Google: Adobe Flash Player is losing its default status on Google Chrome. A recently published proposal reveals that HTML5 will replace Flash Player as the default experience on the ...

Google Challenges South Korea Over Mapping Restrictions

Nasdaq - ‎May 17, 2016‎
Google says that it has had better luck in China, despite pulling the plug on its mainland Chinese search product in 2010 amid a tussle with Beijing over blocking politically-sensitive search items and a hacking incident. Google said China hasn't ...
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Apple Investment in China Raising Security Questions

Washington Free Beacon - ‎May 20, 2016‎
The U.S. technology company Apple, Inc. is spending $1 billion in China on a ride-hailing application, and the investment is raising concerns among security analysts who say the company will be cooperating with Chinese security and intelligence ...

Overnight Cybersecurity: House defense bill would elevate Cyber Command

The Hill - ‎May 19, 2016‎
The pseudonymous hacker behind the catastrophic breach of notorious police surveillance tool seller Hacking Team is now teaching others how to hack. (Motherboard). Presentation of evidence in the Oracle v. Google trial ended today, and US District ...

Don't Speak the Lingo? Try These When You Travel Next

The Quint - ‎May 23, 2016‎
If you're planning that backpacking trip through Laos or that trip to Costa Rica, make sure you're armed with at least one of these travel hacks. Apps to cut the cr*p! (Photo: Google Play ... All you have to do is point and take a picture and Google ...