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Hong Kong: Facebook and WhatsApp 'pause' police help
Posted on Monday 06 July, 2020

Hong Kong police requests for user information are halted as Facebook assesses human rights issues.

Huawei: UK government weighs up ban of Chinese firm's telecoms kit
Posted on Monday 06 July, 2020

The National Cyber Security Centre has presented its report into the Chinese firm to government.

Nintendo condemns alleged abuse in Smash Bros community
Posted on Monday 06 July, 2020

The Super Smash Bros maker condemns 'absolutely impermissible' behaviour in its competitive scene.

Reddit and LinkedIn to stop copying iPhone clipboards
Posted on Monday 06 July, 2020

Both apps were found to be regularly looking at the clipboards.

Black Lives Matter: Can viral videos stop police brutality?
Posted on Monday 06 July, 2020

Do viral videos like the one captured of George Floyd's death actually reduce police abuse?

Last of Us 2 developer condemns death threats and harassment
Posted on Monday 06 July, 2020

People who work for game developer Naughty Dog have revealed abusive messages they've received.

Tech News from ZDNET

Raspberry Pi 4: How I built a software-defined radio system to track passing planes
Posted on Monday July 06, 2020

Build your own ADS-B flight data receiver and mapper.

The key to stopping cyberattacks? Understanding your own systems before the hackers strike
Posted on Monday July 06, 2020

Organisations struggle to monitor their networks because they often don't know what's there. And that allows hackers to sneak in under the radar.

This new 'standalone' 5G network leaves 4G behind
Posted on Friday July 03, 2020

Vodafone launched the UK's first standalone 5G network in Coventry University.

Talking rubbish: How smart bins are helping one city understand the impact of lockdown
Posted on Friday July 03, 2020

One city council has 30 smart bins spread out around the city, and they are coming in even more handy than previously thought.

Inside a ransomware attack: From the first breach to the ransom demand
Posted on Thursday July 02, 2020

Security researchers map out how a ransomware attack plays out over a two week period.

Android security: This fake message about a missed delivery leads to data-stealing malware
Posted on Wednesday July 01, 2020

FakeSpy malware spreads via SMS phishing, using each infected victim to further distribute itself - and researchers say the cyber-criminal operation behind it is finding a lot of success.

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