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Draft trade agreement worries tech companies

b>WASHINGTON/b>: Technology companies and public interest groups are warning that an international trade agreement being drafted could expose Internet access providers, web search engines and other online businesses to damaging legal risks.

Getting careless online could be costly

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bIn the age of information and communications technology, where an increasing amount of transactions happen in cyberspace, Internet users need to remain a step ahead of scammers.

Facebook wants ownership suit thrown out

b>BUFFALO (New York)/b>: Facebook will try to get a New York man's claim for majority ownership of the website thrown out of court, attorneys for the social networking site said.

Internet crooks craft creative counterfeiting scam

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bThink of it as one more reason not to write cheques. Hackers believed to be operating out of Russia have figured out a high-tech way to carry out the decidedly low-tech crime of cheque fraud.

Net upgrade to foil cybercrooks

The Internet has undergone a key upgrade that ­promises to stop ­cybercriminals from using fake websites that dupe people into downloading viruses or revealing personal data.

Founder of Indian outsourcing giant granted bail

b>HYDERABAD/b>: A court granted bail to the founder of one of India's largest software services companies, his lawyer said, nearly 19 months after he was arrested for allegedly stealing millions of dollars.

Fake IRB e-mail messages making their rounds

b>KUALA LUMPUR/b>: The Inland Revenue Board (IRB) has received 217 complaints from the public regarding fake e-mail messages on tax refunds since July 21.

This high-tech bra could save lives

b>NEW YORK:/bLast year Dr Elena Bodnar won the Ig Nobel Public Health Prize for her then-prototype invention, the 'Emergency Bra.'

PlayStation Phone in the works, claim photos

SONY Ericsson is working on a new phone in conjunction with Sony Computer Entertainment - a PlayStation Phone - if photographic evidence received by tech site Engadget is to be believed.

Visa’s new software catches more fraud

b>SAN JOSE (California)/b>: It's not just consumers who have to make hard choices when paying with plastic. Credit card companies choose to scrutinise some bits of information for signs of fraud while ignoring others. And those decisions are made in a fraction of a second when approving or denying a sale.