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Ecuador could withdraw Assange asylum
The WikiLeaks founder, who has been living at the Ecuadorian embassy since 2012, could be handed over to British authorities. President Lenin Moreno is in London apparently to meet with officials to finalize an agreement under which Ecuador will withdraw its asylum protection.
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For football fans worried about their cybersecurity while they are in Russia for the World Cup, the UK's National Cyber Security Centre put together some guidelines to help keep their personal devices and accounts safe.
Man convicted of Iceland's biggest heist escapes prison, lands in Sweden
Sindri Thor Steffanson managed to escape to Sweden on an Icelandair flight also carrying the prime minister
UK, US, and Australia blame Russia for global cyber attack
Security officials in the UK, US and Australia have accused Russia of hacking into millions of machines and using them as part of an espionage campaign against the West since 2015.
Most-watched YouTube video Despacito defaced in apparent 'hack'
YouTube and video-hosting service Vevo appear to have fallen victim to a hack that saw numerous high-profile music videos defaced.
British hacking suspect wins US extradition fight
Lauri Love, who has Asperger's Syndrome, is accused of hacking computer systems at US agencies including the FBI and the Federal Reserve
Scale of Russian bots promoting Trump on Twitter revealed
Dutch spy agency ‘infiltrated group that hacked US Democratic Party'
UK data privacy regulator has 'huge concerns' about Uber hack
The UK's data privacy body has begun an investigation into the huge data breach at Uber.
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Activist group Anonymous calls for “lulz and resistance” this November 5
The Annual Million Mask March organized by the activist group Anonymous will descend upon London’s Trafalgar square and 800 other locations worldwide on Sunday (November 5).
Mercedes' lead designer talks to euronews on the future behind the wheel
Lead designer at Mercedes Gordon Wagener talks of the "insane opportunities" for his profession in the cars of the future, but will all the new technology be a thieves' bonanza?
Wifi weakness exposed by Belgian experts
Traffic and data on wireless networks could be corrupted by close-by hackers, say Belgian researchers
EU gets tough on cyber security
Italy accuses Russia of huge hack of its foreign ministry outposts
Italy's Foreign Ministry has confirmed a Russian hack of its diplomatic facilities "lasted years".
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Disruption continues as multinationals struggle with global cyber attack
Several large firms suffered ongoing disruption on Wednesday from the latest cyber strike
A wave of cyber attacks strike companies in several countries
Russian creates special unit to protect state sovereignty
Russia’s upper parliament, the Federation Council, has adopted a motion to prevent foreign powers interfering in its internal affairs. It has set
Vladimir Putin: election hackers could be American
Russian President Vladimir Putin says hackers could be from "anywhere", even America
Russian hacker to be extradited
A Czech court has ruled that a Russian citizen can be extradited to either the US where he’s wanted for hacking social networks or Russia where he’s
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