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UK crime agency website downed by hackers as revenge

A group of hackers on Sept 1 claimed they had downed the website of Britain’s lead law enforcement agency after it arrested six people over similar attacks.


Woman in China robbed, molested by Uber driver: report

Chinese police have arrested an Uber driver suspected of robbing and molesting a female passenger at knifepoint, sparking concern over the safety of increasingly popular but loosely regulated hire cars.


Microsoft takes 10 PC vendors to court

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bMicrosoft Corp has filed lawsuits against 10 computer dealers in Malaysia, claiming copyright infringement. The legal actions by the software giant are part of a six-month campaign that is aimed at protecting consumers from pirated software.


Syndicate conning women via Web netted

b>GEORGETOWN/b>: Penang police crippled a syndicate that had conned more than 100 women in the country with empty 'gift' promises, with the arrest of three local and 11 Nigerian students.


Microsoft’s newest weapon in China piracy fight

In 20 years in China, Microsoft Corp hasn't had much luck.


Bobbies arrest five in cyberattack probe

b>LONDON:/bBritish police arrested five people on suspicion of involvement in recent cyberattacks conducted by an Internet hacking group that has backed WikiLeaks.


Microsoft's new Cybercrime Center combines tactics against hacking groups

The maker of the most popular computer operating system in the world is launching a new strategy against criminal hackers by bringing together security engineers, digital forensics experts and lawyers trained in fighting software pirates under one roof at its new Cybercrime Center.


China Web firms odds-on winners with World Cup gambling

China's Internet giants and insurance companies are finding ever more innovative ways to get around the country's strict betting laws and reap a payout as fans wager billions on the World Cup.


EU fines Samsung, Philips and Infineon over smartcard chip cartel

The European Union fined Infineon, Philips and Samsung a total of €138mil (RM576.34mil) on Wednesday for fixing the prices of smartcard chips, in its latest anti-trust case against technology firms.


Spain arrests 10 for 'terrorist' Twitter, Facebook posts

Spanish police arrested 10 people accused of glorifying terrorism and inciting attacks by the Basque group ETA in Twitter and Facebook messages, authorities said.