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Qualcomm hit with European antitrust probe...Intel slows down Moore's Law...Law enforcement shuts down hacking forum
Passengers flying into or out of the EU could have their personal data stored in law enforcement databases for up to five years
The Web forum was 'one of the gravest threats' to computer security, a U.S. official says
Users should update Java as soon as possible because attackers are already taking advantage of at least one vulnerability.
Microsoft scrambled to cover a vulnerability unearthed in last weekend's Hacking Team breach.
The CEO told reporters in Rome there are 'no problems for security' if customers follow instructions
A court that already found the program illegal should shut it down, instead of allowing it to be phased out, the ACLU says
New suite targets companies with regulatory, compliance or governance requirements
The feature allows the company's software to persist even if the hard disk drive if replaced.
Microsoft shares new enterprise tools at partner meetup...Flash is sinking under weight of security flaws...IoT protocol Thread gains steam
But it's unclear if privacy and consumer groups will come to the table after leaving earlier privacy discussions
The exploit was used in attacks against the armed forces of a NATO country and a U.S. defense organization
Recent security exploits illustrate how Flash has outstayed its welcome, even on desktop web browsers.