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Bobby Jindal said he had privacy concerns about provisions of the bill
The government still hasn't said how much data it fears was stolen in the breach.
Google offers a look inside its data centers...Facebook won't have a Moment in Europe just yet...Samsung promises to fix Galaxy hole
The vulnerability was found in the SwiftKey keyboard, which comes preloaded on the devices
Default encryption keys are the problem
Reddit is the latest site to go all-in on SSL/TLS encryption making it the default for all users before the end of the month.
Vetting researchers prior to submitting bugs means getting higher quality reports, LinkedIn said
The advocacy organization has overhauled its annual study of privacy practices to ask more of tech titans
SpeedUpKit flags non-threatening issues on a computer to get consumers to fork over $30
Baseball gets a hacking scandal... Airbus plans Internet satellites... European court holds site liable for comments
Let's Encrypt will start issuing a few certificates next month while it ensures the system is reliable
A breach of the agency's security clearance database could lead to serious problems
Applications are on the way from partners including AirWatch and MobileIron