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US Census Bureau says breach didn't expose household data

The breached database was segregated from systems that hold census data

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French surveillance law is constitutional, highest court says

The French equivalent to the Patriot Act has passed its last legislative hurdle on its way to becoming law.

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Apple Pay rival CurrentC to start rolling out next month

The payment system has been in internal trials for months

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Oracle and Google may be headed back to court next spring

The companies will battle over Google's use of Java in Android

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Hillary Clinton sent classified information via personal email

Investigation into email controversy finds problems, reports The Wall Street Journal

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Sticker shock looms over Dish's mobile strategy

The FCC is looking to reject $3.3 billion in discounts on spectrum licenses

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Thursday, July 23

Qualcomm plans reorg... pressure grows on Apple Music probe... Microsoft fights revenge porn

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Belgian government phishing test goes off-track

A drill caused confusion when a regional government impersonated a rail company without informing it

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FTC sues identity protection service LifeLock again

The agency contends the company hasn't complied with a 2010 settlement

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Senate bill proposes cyber security standard for cars

The proposed legislation will also make drivers aware of what data is being collected.

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There's more to municipal broadband than public funding, says report

City funding of entire networks is just one option for local officials looking to improve broadband networks, a report says

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Facebook, Amazon, Apple pick up spending on lobbying

Google still outstrips some of the key tech companies

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Google slams proposed export controls on security tools

A U.S. agency has proposed that companies exporting hacking tools from the U.S. get licenses

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Spy's suicide adds to Hacking Team scandal in South Korea

Worry that Hacking Team application was used to spy on public, politicians before election

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T-Mobile to pay $17.5 million fine for 911 outages

A settlement with the FCC requires the company to improve the reliability of its emergeny dialing service