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CISPA is dead, again
After Tim Cook's apology, Chinese state media likes Apple again
Minnesota has technical issues with TurboTax filings
WikiLeaks says Aaron Swartz may have been a 'source'
Disable Java, warns US government
Kim Dotcom's extradition case could go all the way to July 2013
Dutch gamer charged with hacking an MMO in 2007 and 2008
New Zealand government suffers major data breach
YouTube to air Presidential debates live
Japan begins to crack down on piracy with two million yen fines
Iran removes block on Gmail again after a week
Twitter surrenders Occupy protester's details to government
FCC interested in taxing broadband Internet
Google Takedown requests increase by 1137% compared to 2011
Hacker 'AnonymouSabu' gains an additional six months of freedom
First Windows 8 government app appears in Windows Store
Executive order could be used to issue Cybersecurity Bill
Reuters website hacked, spreading lies about Syrian situation
The UK wants to build a 'giant database' of internet usage
MPAA denies claims of Biden's involvement in MegaUpload case
YouTube's existence threatened in Japan
Microsoft Office 365 for Government announced
India blocks The Pirate Bay and Vimeo
Google spent $5 million on government lobbying last quarter
UK ISPs continue to resist calls to block online porn
Potential RIM sale permitted by Canadian government
Government employees produce buggiest software
Turing won't receive posthumous pardon
US Supreme Court: Police need warrants to use GPS
India proposes high-security voice and data network
Indian government wants to screen Microsoft, Google, and other services
Syria bans the iPhone to silence protestors
Facebook: David Cameron will never shut it down
Chinese government orders removal of certain music tracks
Google to settle with U.S. Government for $500 million
UK legalizing private copying of CDs and DVDs
Director of organization against cyber-attacks resigns
Google releases statistics of government requests
Secret information stolen from Canadian government in January hack
Bill would require warrant for gov't to access your email
Government secretly attaching GPS units to vehicles
Microsoft: Google lying to Government
US government wrongfully seizes 84K websites in an effort to stop child porn
Civil servant fired for googling 'knockers'
United States Government seizes ATDHE.net, ChannelSurfing.net
Wikileaks retreats to Amazon after DDoS attack
Microsoft launches Redu, aimed at U.S. education reform
Australian Government expands broadband network proposal
US publishes piracy watch list
US Government appeals ruling banning cell tracking without a warrant
U.S. to post massive amount of government data to the Internet
French Government advises people to stop using IE
British Parliament launches a computer game
Age of the cyber rifle
UK government forces ISPs to keep email records
Phorm gets UK government backing
Hackers Shut Down Pennsylvania's Government Web Site
British Government Apologizes for Data Mishap
Questions over government file-sharing study
U.S. Government Seeks To Deny The Internet To Its Enemies
Government mulls broadband help
Chinese government at the center of five cyber attack claims
Government Turns to Technology to Combat Drunken Driving
Internet Over Unused TV Airwaves Fails Government Test
Hackers Steal U.S. Government, Corporate Data from PCs
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