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Snowden’s Allegations about NSA Spying on NZ May Be Right
The New Zealand’s Prime Minister, John Key, has recently acknowledged that the claim by Edward Snowden that the country’s web traffic is accessible through a NSA intelligence database “may be right”.
UK Advertising Watchdog Banned 3 Copies of Government Channels
The Advertising Standards Authority in the UK has banned 3 “copycat” services that were masquerading as government channels for health insurance cards, passports and birth certificates.
US Authorities Requests for User Data Tripled in 5 Years
Google revealed that government demands for information on its users have increased 150% since Google first started publishing their numbers. As for the United States, the number of requests increased over 250%.
3 Million People Commented on Net Neutrality Issue
According to information from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the agency has already received a record 3 million comments from consumers, advocates, companies and lawmakers on the suggested new Internet traffic or so-called “net neutrality” rules. Apparently, the comments continued to be received at the end of Monday as the deadline for submissions to the official record approached.
Another Innocence of Muslims Actor Sued Google
A second actor has sued the search engine over a movie trailer called Innocence of Muslims. The latter is known for mocking the Prophet Mohammad and leading to riots two years ago – 6 months after an American appeals court ruled for another actor and ordered the movie taken off YouTube.
Comcast against Tor
Comcast, the most popular telco in the United States, known worldwide for its happy customers and commitment to a positive future for an open web, has recently called to boycott the encrypted system Tor. The telco agents have recently contacted users who run Tor on their machines and instructed them to stop using the browser.
Dropbox Disclosed Data on Government Requests
According to Dropbox’s transparency report, the service received 268 requests for user information from the authorities in the first half of 2014. Besides, the service also received 37 requests for information from abroad, noting that now Dropbox requires non-US governments to follow the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty process to make a US court issue the required legal process to the company.
3/4 of Mobile Apps are Vulnerable
According to Gartner report, 3/4 of the tested mobile apps fail the most basic security tests, which poses threats for both individuals and corporations, because enterprise employees use applications downloaded somewhere from the Internet while also using them to access business networks.
Spotify Cut Aussie Music Piracy by 20% in 1 year

The recent research from the streaming service revealed that online music piracy via P2P networks dropped 20% in Australia one year after Spotify launched in the country. The decrease was mostly driven by casual file-sharers, while the number of hard-core pirates is believed to remain stable.
PayPal to Start Accepting Bitcoin

PayPal announced it would start accepting payments in Bitcoin via its subsidiary, Braintree. The company is cooperating with Bitcoin payment platform Coinbase, one of the largest Bitcoin companies, which already handles payments for such clients as Overstock and Reddit.
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