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Google Told To Give FBI Access To User Emails Stored Outside The US

Google have been told by a US magistrate that they must comply with an FBI search warrant that would allow US law enforcement agencies to access emails that are stored outside of the US.

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Facebook Upgrades Security With Secure Keys

Facebook’s 1.79 billion users can now benefit from new login security measures which use a security key alongside the password.

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Are Incentivised Security Companies Exaggerating Hackers’ Skills?

The technical director of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has said in security conference speech that computer security companies may be exaggerating the abilities of malicious hackers.

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No Gmail Access Via Google Chrome Browser In XP and Vista From December

From December this year, if you are still using Windows XP or Vista, you will no longer be able to access your Googlemail / Gmail account in anything other than basic HTML interface.

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30 More Tech Firms Oppose Trump Immigration Ban

President Trump’s order to ban immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries has led to 30 more US technology firms openly expressing their opposition to it.

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Government CyberFirst Initiative Gets A Much-Needed Supporter

Lockhead Martin UK has announced that it is supporting the UK government’s CyberFirst initiative, designed to attract and fast-track tomorrow’s online security experts.

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Tech Tip – Solve Network Problems With a One-Click Reset

Windows 10 Anniversary Update has a feature that lets you run a troubleshooter, or use a one-click reset to solve network problems.

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