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This newfound freedom stems from a change of heart the US government had last week regarding disclosure of NSA surveillance requests.
Microsoft's head lawyer has suggested that overseas customers be allowed to have their personal data stored in non-US datacentres, the Financial Times reported.
Target and Neiman Marcus are not the only US retailers whose networks were breached over the holiday shopping season last year, according to sources.
Public concern surrounding the implications of the Prism scandal — a data surveillance programme conducted by the United States’ National Security Agency (NSA) — on the Malaysian economy is an issue that needs to be addressed by local industry leaders as well as the relevant authorities, according to Mohammad Azman Abdul Rahman, chief operating officer of Aims Data Centre Sdn Bhd.
Social networking giant Facebook is being sued in California by two users who allege that the company intercepts "content of ...users' communications."
Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission (FTC) fined Apple US$666,700 for restricting the prices charged by local telecom carriers for their iPhone contracts.
The theft of credit and debit card data from 40 million Target Corp customers could end up costing hundreds of millions of dollars, but it is unclear who will bear the expense, lawyers and industry sources said.
Facebook, Zuckerberg and dozens of banks must face a lawsuit accusing the company of misleading investors about its health before its US$16bil IPO.
Apple Inc on Thursday said it sent medical experts to contractor Pegatron Corp's Shanghai factory last month after a 15-year-old employee died of pneumonia.