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Data retention keeps us safe

Crikey readers talk data retention and the ethics of warfare.

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Bitcoin’s rollercoaster ride: Aussie brokers see the positives

Bitcoin has endured a tumultuous week, sending jitters through digital economic markets. Rose Powell of StartUp Smart talks to the Australian brokers.

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Kim Coindashian? How bitcoin is going the way of the tulip

Defenders of digital currencies seem to believe bitcoin and its ilk will continue to gain value forever. You know who also thought along those lines? Dutch people in 1637.

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Consumers Target-ed: the US retail data-mining scandal

Hackers managed to steal data about millions of customers from retail giant Target at the tail end of last year, and the effects are still being felt. Are Americans about to get serious about personal financial security?

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A ‘monolithic monster’: what the new HQ says about ASIO’s power

Among the dinner table criticism over ASIO’s new building, journalist and author Frank Moorhouse finds fault in the agency itself — and its ever-widening purview. His essay is from GriffithREVIEW.

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Reserve Bank hacking raises questions — and false alarm

Some malicious hackers — potentially from China — hacked the RBA in 2011. But is it really the international online security threat everyone is claiming?

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CSO Online | ONLINE|

Spy on your kids like the pros

How do security professionals monitor their kids’ internet and mobile phone usage? Professionals explain how to totally destroy your teenager’s privacy and social life.

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The Times (UK) | EUROPE|

The secret global cyber-war between China and the West

Insiders reveal that NATO, the EU and the US are stepping up their online security, in the face of an ever-increasing number of cyber attacks from China — 1.6 billion a month on US government agencies alone.

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How I brought down the Parliament House website

Last week’s Operation Titstorm attacks by online activist group “Anonymous” brought down the Parliament House website for three days. One cyber hacker tells Crikey just how easy it was to do.

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