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US Attorney General urges tech companies to leave back doors open on gadgets for police

Don’t lock police out of popular consumer gadgets, lest law enforcement’s efforts to nab kidnappers or child predators be stymied, the US AG said, becoming the latest of a string of government officials to speak out since Google and Apple announced they were changing encryption on their mobile operating systems. 11 more words

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SSCC 166.5 – Special edition from the Virus Bulletin 2014 conference [PODCAST]

Sophos security expert Chester Wisniewski was at the Virus Bulletin 2014 conference in Seattle.
In this special edition of the Chet Chat, Paul Ducklin puts Chet on the other side of the mic to find out more about both the technology and the ethics of anti-malware research. 11 more words

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New website about Mars launches as Gaeilge - Siliconrepublic.com


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New website about Mars launches as Gaeilge
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Skip Navigation. siliconrepublic.com. Dublin: 01.10.2014 10.16PM. Search. facebook · twitter · google plus · linkedIn · youTube · rss logo · alerts logo · ezine logo · HOME · NEW MEDIA · CAREERS · INNOVATION · BUSINESS · START-UPS · COMMS · CLEAN … 10 more words

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Dublin-headquartered Waratek in IT security deal with Deutsche Bank - Siliconrepublic.com

Dublin-headquartered Waratek in IT security deal with Deutsche Bank
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Hussein Badakhchani, vice president Lead Domain Architect (Global Technology) at Deutsche Bank explained to Siliconrepublic.com: “We sponsored the Fintech programme and all we had to do was mentor start-ups and give them experience of how we … 10 more words

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Cops Are Handing Out Spyware to Parents—With Zero Oversight

Mere days after a government crackdown on a spyware manufacturer comes the startling revelation that law enforcement agencies have been purchasing commercial spyware themselves and handing it out to the public for free. 49 more words

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