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Privacy groups to quit US talks on facial recognition standards

The groups believe that the talks aren't likely to lead to adequate protections for consumers

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Duqu 2.0 used digital certificates belonging to Foxconn

The stolen certificates made components of Duqu look legitimate

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Bing to start encrypting search traffic by default this summer

HTTPS will become the default experience for all users of Microsoft's search engine.

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Online password locker LastPass hacked

Users will need to change their master passwords after the company detected a breach.

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EU Council OKs contentious data privacy plan, pushing reform forward

But the proposal does not go far enough, say privacy organizations and industry lobby groups

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Facebook's privacy problems in Belgium highlight weaknesses in EU legislation

Belgium's privacy regulator is taking to the courts to make itself heard

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Monday, June 15

IBM bets on Spark... report claims Russia, China cracked Snowden files... Alibaba preps video streaming

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Amazon now an open book on search warrants and subpoenas

Amazon has published its first transparency report, years after some of its rivals

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Encrypted connections coming soon for all Wikipedia readers

Wikimedia's move toward HTTPS has been in the works for years, and is part of a bigger trend toward encrypted connections for all.

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Russia, China reportedly crack Snowden's files, identify US, UK spies

British intelligence agents have been withdrawn from overseas operations following the decryption of sensitive documents.

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With payroll in arrears, online antivirus seller shuts doors

EZ Tech Support of Portland, Oregon, sold high-priced antivirus software and one-time computer fixes

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US fears second major breach exposed more employee data

Forms containing deeply personal information obtained by hackers, reports say.

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Right to be forgotten applies to all Google domains, rules French privacy authority

Search results should also be delisted on the .com domain, the French authority said.