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giffgaff changes price plans, adds peak time speed restrictions for unlimited data
UK police want mandatory passwords for all new phones
Microsoft has lost a battle for data privacy with US courts, but the fight is not over
Russia to Apple: Give us your source code
Verizon to begin throttling some users with Unlimited 4G LTE data plans this October
Russian parliament approves law requiring all internet companies to store data within the country
Security consultant condemns hotel booking site for "appalling" data leak
Blackphone, the Android handset focused on privacy, begins shipping to buyers
Microsoft is fighting a US warrant for customer data stored overseas
Google mocks the NSA with an Easter egg found in email encryption plugin
Google already receiving 'right to be forgotten' requests
New documents reveal NSA attempts to hoard Outlook.com, Skype and SkyDrive data
giffgaff reveals 4G price plans - but 2GB is all the data you'll get
Kickstarter hacked, user info stolen
Microsoft's not entirely pleased with NSA reforms, says there is ‘more work to do'
AT&T's new Sponsored Data could be a huge win or huge catastrophe
Yahoo will encrypt all user communications by April 2014
Facebook looking to capture your mouse movements
giffgaff announces U.K. 4G plans, new handset store coming soon
Three details plans for its U.K. 4G roll-out
Vodafone boosts 4G plans with 4GB data freebie
Apple draws three times more customers from Samsung, than they from Apple
Flaw in SIM encryption leaves millions of old phones at risk
Microsoft defends against data sharing allegations
UK government gives ultimatum to Google to change privacy policies
Apple keeps your conversations with Siri for two years
Samsung loses Apple patent suit in UK over 3G data
Simple Android Backup brings backups to non-rooted phones
Virgin Media brings unlimited mobile data to pay-as-you-go
Megaupload data might be released to owners
Should Apple pay for iOS data usage issues?
Microsoft puts some coins in Klout's pocket, uses their data
Bing is comprised of ~300 petabytes of data
FBI takes Kim Dotcom's data without courts consent or knowledge
Could future Windows Phones transfer apps from iOS or Androids?
Verizon makes it easier to get data when abroad, lowers the price
Half of employees would sell work passwords for a few bucks
Visa and MasterCard could be victims of "massive" data breach
Hackers slip into Digital Playground, steal credit card info
‘Password1' and 'password' among the most popular passwords
giffgaff: unlimited data packages aren't sustainable
YouPorn drops the soap, massive amounts of user data stolen
Network rewards customers for downloading most 3G data
T-Mobile announces Full Monty plans: unlimited everything
Verizon data outage in United States fixed
comScore accused of stealing credit cards and passwords
Google passing on European user data to the US
Mobile minutes are dead, data buckets are King
BBC to survey UK mobile coverage - and you can take part too
Microsoft updates data storage limits for SharePoint 2010
T-Mobile UK: free unlimited data; HTC Sensation and Flyer coming soon
Apple patent reveals dynamic location and traffic aware iOS calendar events
New record set for laser data transfer speed
AT&T: Our users wanted data caps
AT&T begins broadband data cap policy today
Apple: we're not tracking your location, it's just a database
Consequences of the Epsilon breach: spear phishing
Vodafone UK data center robbed; hundreds of thousands lose service
Intel officially announces Thunderbolt, formerly known as Light Peak
Wi-Fi 802.11ac draft due in 2011, promises 1Gbps
Mobile broadband traffic nearly tripled in 2010
Verizon begins throttling top 5% of data users
Microsoft confirms Yahoo as phantom data culprit
Verizon iPhone hotspot will cost you $20 a month
Windows Phone feedback data usage
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