HBO blames a contractor for posting an unreleased episode to its Spanish and Nordic platforms.
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An app developer completes a series of trademark victories against the US president’s company.
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Uber was in trouble for not adequately securing both customer and driver data from hacking.
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The Scottish Parliament is targeted in a “brute force” cyber attack, Holyrood’s chief executive confirms.
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Although 33,000 calls are made each day, one third of phone boxes don’t handle any calls at all.
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CEO says Facebook is ‘watching closely’ and will ‘take down threats of physical harm’, joining raft of tech companies purging white nationalists and neo-Nazis
Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville last weekend, writing in a Facebook post Wednesday that the social network is “watching the situation closely and will take down threats of physical harm”.
The CEO’s statement was made four days after a counter-protester was killed at a “Unite the Right” rally that used a Facebook event to recruit attendees, and a day after he published a post about a new data center Facebook is building in Ohio. The social network also appears to be deleting a number of white nationalist and neo-Nazi profiles and pages.
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