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'TERA' lawsuit settled following allegations of stolen assets
A culture of lies and laziness

McAfee: Mobile Malware Explodes, Increases 1,200% In Q1 2012

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Security and anti-spam firm McAfee today reported that it saw a massive uptick in mobile malware last quarter. Mobile malware has “exploded,” the company said (PDF), “with a significant increase on Android devices. In addition, McAfee also found a slight increase in malware targeting the Mac, but the report notes...
McAfee: Mobile Malware Explodes, Increases 1,200% In Q1 2012

What The Curebit Saga Teaches Us About Copyright, Plagiarism And Reputation

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The startup Curebit brought something of a firestorm down on its head recently. Here's how VentureBeat broke the story: Curebit, a Y Combinator startup that just closed a round of funding from Dave McClure’s 500 Startups fund, has been caught red-handed stealing HTML code, images, and the like from 37signals....
What The Curebit Saga Teaches Us About Copyright, Plagiarism And Reputation
The truth about SXSW by New Yorker cartoonist Shannon Wheeler

Hacktivists 'stealing most data'

www.bbc.co.uk
In 2011, hacktivists stole more data from large corporations than cyber criminals, reveals a study of security incidents....
Hacktivists 'stealing most data'

Put Your Content Copies Under Control

www.searchenginejournal.com
We are all being copied. The moment any new article gets published, it is being republished on some crappy blog (more often than not, without any credit). There’s not much we can do about that. This post is about those content stealing that is done through direct copy-pasting from the...
Put Your Content Copies Under Control
Family of Hacktivist Aaron Swartz Condemns MIT, States Attorney for Contributing to His Suicide

Anonymous goes after UFC chief, posts personal details and hacks website again

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Personal details belonging to UFC Chairman Dana White were published to the Internet after White had earlier gone on record labelling the Anonymous group as “terrorists”, claiming that their hacking efforts may revive SOPA. Updated below after Anonymous hacked the UFC website today. A range of White’s personal details —...
Anonymous goes after UFC chief, posts personal details and hacks website again

The War On Computing: What Happens When Authorities Don't Understand Technology

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We've obviously been covering a lot about Aaron Swartz lately, but his case is really just one of many similar cases involving people in positions of authority who simply don't understand basic technology, but feel that something must be illegal because they try to overlay an analog view on a...
The War On Computing: What Happens When Authorities Don't Understand Technology

Linux Users Targeted by Password-Stealing 'Wirenet' Trojan

www.pcworld.com
Malware writers are interested in Linux after all....
Linux Users Targeted by Password-Stealing 'Wirenet' Trojan

UFC Chairman on Anonymous: “Internet terrorists” may have revived SOPA

thenextweb.com
Dana White, Chairman of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), reacted to the recent hacking of the organisation’s website by hackers from Anonymous by claiming that the collective’s recent actions may help revive SOPA. The UFC URL was redirected to a Nazi-related website over the weekend in response to the organisation’s apparent...
UFC Chairman on Anonymous: “Internet terrorists” may have revived SOPA
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