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iCloud naked celebs hack lessons: People can’t be trusted with their own online security

6 hours ago  by Joe Jejune
iCloud naked celebs hack lessons: People can’t be trusted with their own online security
It should be no revelation to anyone that cloud services aren’t a great place to go storing your private naked selfies.

Counter-culture hackers from 4chan develop a secure Skype

8 hours ago  by Nathan Chai
Counter-culture hackers from 4chan develop a secure Skype
Users of the notorious 4chan message board have helped create a secure, encrypted communications platform that has nearly all the functionality of Microsoft's Skype service.

EU pools cybercrime experts to form global cybersecurity super team

10 hours ago  by Nathan Chai
EU pools cybercrime experts to form global cybersecurity super team
The EU's crime defence arm, Europol, has announced the formation of J-CAT, a global cybersecurity taskforce dedicated to dealing with "top-end [cyber] crimes."

Apple investigating iCloud hack of naked celebrity photos

15 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Apple investigating iCloud hack of naked celebrity photos
Cupertino could hardly stay silent on this matter for long, and has now said it’s investigating the incident, with other details also emerging.

IFA 2014: Live news, pictures and analysis from Berlin

15 hours ago  by Team ITPP
IFA 2014: Live news, pictures and analysis from Berlin
Throughout the week, we'll be delivering comprehensive coverage of everything that goes down in Berlin at Europe's biggest technology tradeshow. Enjoy the ride.

Never mind the iPhone 6: Apple must explain iCloud hack debacle

01 Sep 2014  by Brian Fagioli
Never mind the iPhone 6: Apple must explain iCloud hack debacle
Cupertino is surely busy with the iPhone, but it needs to step in and explain what is going on with the alleged hack of iCloud and spillage of nude celebrity pics, if only to deny involvement.

Fujifilm and Xerox unite to build a robotic printer so smart it delivers documents straight to your desk

01 Sep 2014  by Sam Pudwell
Fujifilm and Xerox unite to build a robotic printer so smart it delivers documents straight to your desk
The smart printer has been designed for public places such as an airport lounge and uses sensors to navigate around obstacles, but is it just "technology for technology's sake?"

Anonymity protesters besiege GCHQ, drink own urine

01 Sep 2014  by Nathan Chai
Anonymity protesters besiege GCHQ, drink own urine
Privacy rights activists laid siege to GCHQ in protest against the alleged "Tempora" computer system that allows access to large amounts of personal data.

iCloud hacking scandal sees naked photos of A-list celebrities leaked on 4chan

01 Sep 2014  by Alysia Judge
iCloud hacking scandal sees naked photos of A-list celebrities leaked on 4chan
A swathe of nude and explicit photos of A-list celebrities has been leaked on 4chan in a mass hacking scandal, including personal images of Kim Kardashian, Cara Delevigne and Jennifer Lawrence.

Are you one of the 97,000 users whose data Mozilla left open to criminals?

01 Sep 2014  by Alan Buckingham
Are you one of the 97,000 users whose data Mozilla left open to criminals?
It's been a bad month for Mozilla, as the company seems to be shedding user data left and right. The problems are apparently not over either, as embarrassing new information makes clear.

Child Sexual Abuse material downloaded on one-fifth of corporate networks

29 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Child Sexual Abuse material downloaded on one-fifth of corporate networks
A survey carried out by NetClean found that the material has been downloaded on 20 per cent of company networks and under 10 per cent think it’s down to them to prevent it.