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Apple says Uighurs targeted in iPhone attack but disputes Google findings

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FILE PHOTO: A woman looks at the screen of her mobile phone in front of an Apple logo outside its store in Shanghai, China July...

Russia says U.S. military curbs on space cooperation are unfair competition

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MOSCOW/WASHINGTON (HeadlineNews) – Russia accused the United States of trying to unfairly grab market share in the space services industry on Friday after the U.S....

Pompeo tells Germany: Use Huawei and lose access to our data

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BERLIN (HeadlineNews) – The United States raised the pressure on Western allies in a war of attrition over next-generation networks on Friday, saying countries that...

Facebook ordered by U.S. judge to turn over data privacy records

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(HeadlineNews) – A U.S. judge ordered Facebook Inc to give shareholders emails and other records concerning how the social media company handles data privacy, after...

Canada’s Digital Charter does not comfort Alphabet’s smart-city critics

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TORONTO (HeadlineNews) – Canada’s Digital Charter lacks sufficient legal enforcement power to effectively protect privacy and regulate use of personal data, according to critics worried...

Canada says Microsoft and Facebook will do more to help ensure security of election

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A Canadian flag flies in front of the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, March 22, 2017. REUTERS/Chris Wattie OTTAWA (HeadlineNews) –...
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WhatsApp security breach may have targeted human rights groups

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WASHINGTON (HeadlineNews) – WhatsApp said on Tuesday that a security breach on its messaging app had signs of coming from a government using surveillance technology...
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U.S. charges Chinese national in hacks of Anthem, other businesses

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WASHINGTON (HeadlineNews) – A federal grand jury charged a Chinese national in a 2015 hacking campaign that affected large U.S. businesses including insurer Anthem Inc,...
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Privacy-minded U.S. lawmakers divided over giving more powers to FTC

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WASHINGTON (HeadlineNews) – Democratic and Republican lawmakers both stressed the need for bipartisan privacy legislation on Wednesday but seemed divided on how willing they were...

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