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WHSmith denies data breach after customer information is reportedly emailed to its entire mailing list, reports Telegraph.co.uk. Thousands of WHSmith customers have been emailed the personal details of other magazine subscribers because of a processing ‘bug’ in the retailer’s Contact Us form. In a statement, WHSmith admitted that “fewer than 40” customers had been affected by the issue after leaving details on its website’s contact form, although it later backtracked, claiming that the number was actually 22. The Information Commissioner’s Office is aware of the problem and is said to be making enquiries.

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A government study has found that paid-for or subscription media services are popular with British internet users, but that piracy is still relatively common, reports V3.co.uk. Research by the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) found that one in five citizens... Read more

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GCHQ has launched two paid placement schemes for university students, reports V3.co.uk. The schemes are open to all UK nationals aged 18 or above who are studying a technical qualification such as Computer Science, Telecoms or Network Engineering. Successful candidates... Read more

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Microsoft has reported its highest ever net loss in the latest financial quarter in the wake of writing billions off the value of Nokia’s handset division, reports Telegraph.co.uk. The net loss of $3.2bn was announced alongside revenues of $22.18bn, a... Read more