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Pan-European Data Privacy Rules Developed
The countries developed an agreement on stronger, pan-European data privacy laws, as a result of 6 months of negotiations between the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union
Twitter Users Were Attacked by State-Sponsored Hackers (Maybe)
The microblogging service has warned some of its users that they may have been targeted by a state-sponsored attack. The notifications were sent to more than 20 users, all containing the same details and sounding as a precaution.
Suspect in VTech Hack Arrested in UK
A cybercrime investigation into computer hacking at children’s toymaker VTech continues: a 21-year-old man was arrested in the United Kingdom. The individual was held on suspicion of illegal access to computer. The police seized a number of electronic devices.
RIAA Won Court Case against Grooveshark Clone
The Recording Industry Association of America is celebrating another victory in a prominent piracy lawsuit. The RIAA has won case against the clone of the now defunct Grooveshark music service. As a result, the court granted the copyright holders over $13 million in piracy damages and $4 million for willful counterfeiting.
You Could Be Liable for $150k in Penalties Per Downloaded Song
US anti-piracy group Rightscorp has been awarded a patent by the Australian Patent Office for a method of tracking internet piracy.

Rightscorp is known for its investigations of BitTorrent and other peer to peer networks. It sends notices to internet services providers (ISPs), threatening penalties of up to $150,000 for copyright violations, hoping the notices are passed onto consumers.

It works like this: users accused by Rightscorp are found via IP addresses appearing in BitTorrent download swarms. If ISPs agree to forward Rightscorp's notices—and an increasing number of them are doing so—the users get notices that they could be liable for $150,000 in damages. Unless, that is, they click on a provided link and agree to settle their case at a low, low price. Typically, it's $20 per song infringed.
Anonymous Hacked Paris Climate Summit
It became known that hacktivists have leaked the private login details of around 1,500 officials at the UN climate talks in France, thus expressing their protest against arrests of activists in Paris. Indeed, Anonymous hacked the website of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change that arranged the summit. After breaching into the system, the hackers made names, phone numbers, usernames, email addresses, and secret questions and answers publicly available at an anonymous publishing website.
Canada to Block VPN?
According to new documents recently released by Canadian government, emerging issues may include targeting the use of Virtual Private Networks (VPN) and website blocking. The document identifies a few issues, each likely to be exceptionally controversial. One of the issues involves the copyright infringement using VPN services. VPNs are widely used in corporate environments to ensure secure and safe communications and by a growing number of Internet users seeking technological tools to better protect their privacy online. The same technologies can be used to hide copyright infringing activity, however.
Protesters Hacked Japanese Government’s Website
Hackers have claimed to have taken offline the website of the Japanese prime minister in protest at Japan’s decision to resume its whaling program in the Southern ocean. The claim was tweeted and accompanied by a screenshot showing that connections to the website were not working. However, the website went back online soon. The government’s spokesman acknowledged that the website had been taken down for a while.
Cyber Security Costs UK Firms £10,000 per day
The statistics showed that top cybersecurity experts in the United Kingdom are billing companies more than £10,000 a day to protect their IT systems from hackers. Less experienced experts charge about £3,000 a day to tackle the escalating threat to sensitive digital data
Algerian from UK Jailed for 2 years after Pro-Isis Facebook Post
Mourad Mosdefaoui, 34, entered the United Kingdom 7 years ago. He published 3 posts on the social network over the last year praising Isis and their terrorist acts. Later, more than 11,000 images were found on a mobile phone in his possession, including the ones showing imagery and propaganda associated with the group. Moreover, a search of his flat also uncovered a forged Belgian identity card, which he used to find work in the United Kingdom.

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