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Uber drivers finding ways to trick system: study Uber drivers have found ways to trick the algorithms that are used to regulate them to cause "surge pricing" by organising mass switch-offs and giving…
Apple bows to Chinese laws again, removes VPN apps Apple has confirmed that it removed a number of VPN apps from the mainland China version of its App Store because they contravene a recent…
TSA raises aviation security screening – anything bigger than a mobile phone The Transport Security Administration is implementing new US Airport screening procedures for carry on bags to ensure passenger safety. Any electronic device bigger than a…
IETF shifts meeting to Canada due to Trump travel ban The Internet Engineering Task Force has moved its 2018 meeting from San Francisco to Montreal due to fears that the travel bans introduced in the…
Britain set to introduce porn ID checks: report The United Kingdom will introduce age checks for those who want to access pornography on the Internet from next year.
Vodafone tells users to lobby for domestic roaming In the wake of its legal action against the ACCC in support of a domestic roaming declaration, Vodafone Hutchison Australia has issued a call for…
Kaspersky response to spy claims misleading: infosec expert A former employee of the NSA claims Kaspersky Lab has provided misleading information while responding to a Bloomberg article that said emails it had obtained…
ATO worker puts mobile hacking details on LinkedIn An employee of the Australian Tax Office has published information obtained from the Israeli firm Cellebrite online, detailing ways of breaking into mobile phones.

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