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‘Revenge porn’ takes toll on millions, study shows

"Revenge porn" – or the posting of nude or explicit pictures without that person's consent – affects one in 25 Americans, according to a new study.

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‘One app, two systems’ for China app censorship: researchers

China’s hugely popular social media app WeChat operates different censorship systems for Chinese- and overseas-based users, a research group found, applying the Communist country’s rules to mainland-registered accounts even when their owners are abroad.

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Dutchman ‘who almost broke the Internet’ to go on trial

A Dutchman accused of launching an unprecedented cyberattack that reportedly “almost broke the Internet” is to go on trial Nov 1 on charges of masterminding the 2013 incident that slowed down web traffic worldwide.

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Leslie Jones hits back at hackers in Saturday Night Live rant

A day after hackers unleashed an attack on some of the world's best-known web sites, comedian Leslie Jones weighed in on cyber-security in a commentary on Saturday Night Live.

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On the trail of S. Korea’s high-tech peeping Toms

Walking into an empty women’s bathroom stall, Park Kwang-Mi waves a hand-held detector around the toilet seat, paper roll holder, doorknob and even the ventilation grill on the ceiling.

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India launches first Internet hotline to tackle surge in child porn

India launched its first Internet hotline to encourage people to report online child pornography and curb a surge in photographs and videos on the Internet showing children being sexually exploited, the founders of the initiative said.

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Facebook Live streaming of shooting spotlights ethical, legal policies

A live, 10-minute video of the aftermath of a police officer shooting a black man in Minnesota was the latest example of the riveting power of video streaming and the complex ethical and policy issues it raises for Facebook Live and similar features.

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FBI did not need warrant to hack child porn suspect's computer

The FBI did not need a search warrant to hack a suspect's computer during an investigation of a large child pornography website, a US judge has ruled, in a decision one group of private advocates called "dangerously flawed."

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Russian high-tech spy devices under attack over privacy fears

New Russian technologies, including phone call interception and a facial recognition app, have stirred a fierce debate about privacy and data monitoring.

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Mozilla bid to intervene in US child porn case rejected

A federal judge has rejected Mozilla Corp's request to force the US government to disclose a vulnerability related to the Firefox web browser that the company says was exploited by the FBI to investigate users of a large and secretive child pornography website.