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Adobe spies on reading habits over unencrypted web because your 'privacy is important'

Is Adobe facing its Sony rootkit moment?

What's happened since Beijing's hacker unit was exposed? Nothing

Snowden gets PLA 61398 off the hook, but it's now hacking harder than ever

First gigabit-over-COPPER chipset lands

Sckipio's new chipset promised to deliver over 250m cables

Strange tale of an angry bean counter, Comcast and a shock 'firing'

ISP says it's apologized but mystery remains

Oracle to DBAs: your certification is about to become worthless paper

So hurry up and get a new one, will all of you who took exams for 10g and lower?

Woman says narco-cops used her PICS to snare drug lords on Facebook

They took my phone and made a fake profile, she alleges

An EMC-HP Borg cube will totally ANNIHILATE its storage worlds

CommentWhy overlapping kit from a merger equals a disaster in waiting

Sapphire glass maker's woes caused by Apple relationship 'breakdown'

Biz rumour bods peer through a sapphire glass, darkly

Mandiant to probe gaps in rusty unpatchable utility systems

Says attackers may only exploit ICS hooks during WAR

Credit card thieves setting up safe seller certifications

BreakpointResearchers hit Tor, find sophisticated self-regulating market

Twitter sues US government for right to disclose NOTHING

Avian network wants to report snooping requests that haven't happened

Dot-gay told it's NOT gay enough – but web'll be officially .eco-friendly

Decisions come down on .osaka, .hotel, .music, .taxi, .tennis and more

Re-light my diode: Trio of boffins scoop physics Nobel for BLUE LEDs

An end to green and red monotony

No tiles, no NAP – next Windows for data centre looks promising

Now, about that consumer AV 'protection'...

Yes. Economists do love magical, lovely human selfishness

Worstall on Wednesday... and here's why

LTE's backers vow to KILL OFF WI-FI and BLUETOOTH

I am made all things to all men

Analytics pusher Interana: Why tweak your seeks when you can scan your DRAM?

Intros high-speed in-memory tool

Revealed: Malware that forces weak ATMs to spit out 'ALL THE CASH'

VideoBanks, lock down your cash machines

Behind the Facebook DRAG QUEEN CRACKDOWN: 'Anonymity soon!'

+CommentDemands ultimate control over fake IDs

Windows 10 feedback: 'Microsoft, please do a deal with Google to use its browser'

Users quick to have their say in Redmond's early feedback app

EE TV: Network snubs 'Auntie's antique' for mobe-happy set-top box

UpdatedUse YouView? YouJoking?

Official: BT wins £420m Wales PSN gig... just as we said it would

Logicalis binned 7 years after setting up and running contract

Chatting to Al Qaeda? Try not to do that – Ex spy chief defends post-Snowden NSA

Everyone spies but 'someone has to lead' – Keith Alexander

Sir Tim Berners-Lee defends decision not to bake security into www

IP Expo'The idea that privacy is dead is hopelessly sad'

Vulture takes BlackBerry's Passport through customs

ReviewAnything to declare?

Apple and GT: Sapphire glass is cracked, but still not broken

Pricey watch glass could still make an iStuff appearance...

Shouty investor Elliott makes PUBLIC CALL for VMware sale

CommentBillion dollar shareholder ups the EMC ante

UPGRADE your CHILDREN with KANO: All you need in one box

Open up, write game, play game. Simples!

DOCTOR HELL and his henchmen score Nobel for the NANO-SCOPE

That's Professor Doktor Hell, to you

Three UK fined £250,000 for customer complaints cockup

Ofcom punishes mobe operator for giving up on whingers

Sophos gulps down hot Mojave, will puff out more secure clouds

Safer cloudy stuff for ALL. Except non-Sophos customers

Speaking in Tech: Startup funding – a little wine, dim lights, et voilà ... seed capital!

Podcast...well, not exactly. Live from Spiceworld

Economics prof denies digital pirates plundered €20bn from EU coffers

Rubbishes recent biz bod report on counterfeiting and piracy

Guess who SAP's picked for UK boss? Yep, it's a distie man

Former DCC ops chief looking to cloud, HANA to push sales

Google in 'right to be forgotten' snub probe: Ireland tackles moans

US giant refused to scrub links to our past, complainers tell privacy watchdog

AT&T to fork out less than two days' profit in bogus bill charge flap

That's $105 million to you and me – or 41.1 hours of operating income for telco giant

EqualLogic founder Paula Long on privacy, storage sprawl and her new startup

InterviewLife after Dell sale

Hey, non-US websites – FBI don't have to show you any stinkin' warrant

Prosecutors in Silk Road raid trial: If you're outside the US, you're fair game for hacking

Australia's Digital Tech curriculum looks to be shelved for another year

No release date for curriculm review means computing course remains in limbo

Australia mandates* cloud use by government agencies

*Unless cloud is insecure, expensive or can't do the job

Xamarin, IBM lob cross-platform mobile app dev tools at Microsoft coders

More gadgets to get C# apps running on Android, iOS, OS X

So long, Rory: AMD board names Lisa Su president and CEO

Read to ride into sunset by end of 2014

Brace yourself for a 12-inch Apple maxiPAD – probably... maybe... ish

We'll find out on October 16

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