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Yahoo! reads! your! emails!       Yahoo! is being criticised for the new Ts & Cs for its webmail service, which give it the right to scan your emails as well as making you responsible for telling anyone who might be emailing you, but the ICO has no problem with the changes.   Such scanning has been common for some time; Google was the first to scan all messages. But this led some to choose Yahoo! on the basis that it did not carry out such snooping.   Even more controversially, Yahoo! suggests it is the users' job to warn anyone who emails them that their messages will...
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The Only Backdoor Left To Sneak Your Facebook Friends Into Google+ Is Yahoo       Mark Zuckerberg may be the most followed user on Google+, but good luck trying to find any of your Facebook friends on Google’s new social service. Facebook is making it difficult for anyone to import their friend contact information into Google+. There is no direct contact import feature such as there is for Yahoo or Hotmail, and Facebook is clamping down on third-party services that made it easy to bring your Facebook friends into Google+.   Over the weekend, Facebook blocked a Google...
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Italian and Swiss cops cuff 15 Anonymous suspects     Fifteen suspected members of Anonymous have been arrested following a joint Italian-Swiss police investigation, AFP reports.   Police reckon the group formed a cell that attacked the websites of the Italian government and prominent Italian companies, energy firms ENEL and ENI, as well as state broadcaster RAI. The group, reportedly led by a 26-year-old Italian living in Switzerland, were arrested and questioned prior to being released on bail pending further inquiries. Five of the suspects are juveniles, according to Swiss...
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Security giants join forces to train cops on cybercrime     Net security firms have lent their support to a new group that is seeking to provide cybercrime training for law enforcement officials as part of a wider fight against cybercrime.   McAfee and Trend Micro have both pledged to support the fledgling International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA). The international business-led not-for-profit organization will be chaired by former Home Secretary, David Blunkett MP.   Security firms routinely collaborate with law enforcement and to provide technology and (less...
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Ubuntu Linux, Day 28: My Five Biggest Ubuntu Linux Complaints     The time has come. I have reached the end of the 30 Days With Ubuntu Linux series, and it is time to wind down and reflect on my experience. Just as I did last month with 30 Days With Google Docs, I will list my top five complaints, followed by the five things I like the most, and finish up with an overall summary of my thoughts.   Before I dive into today's list of the five things I like least about Ubuntu Linux, I need to clarify two things. First, the 30 Days With Ubuntu Linux project is about more than just the...
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Man suing for half of Facebooks loses lawyer     Paul Ceglia, the man who claims he has a contract that entitles him to 50 percent ownership in Facebook, has lost his high-power legal representation at a critical juncture in the case.   Ceglia filed a notice of substitution of counsel today with the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York to replace the law firm of DLA Piper, a 4,200-attorney international law firm, with the San Diego-based Lake law firm, a firm of four lawyers that also represents 200 medical marijuana collectives.   DLA Piper's withdrawal...

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