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The vast majority of electronic spying attacks in 2013 can be attributed to governments, reports Telegraph.co.uk. There has been a three-fold increase in cyber espionage since April 2013 and of the 511 spying incidents recorded, 87 per cent were conducted by governments. These ranged from phishing and network scanning to rootkits and ‘brute force’ attacks. “Spying is nothing new and we shouldn’t be surprised that the political entities around the world are expanding their intelligence arsenals with modern capabilities,” said Tim Erlin, Director of Security and Risk at Tripwire. “It’s likely that the data from the report is a trailing indicator of the increasing cyber-espionage capabilities around the world.”

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Google is encrypting searches in China in an attempt to prevent surveillance by state agencies and hackers, reports Telegraph.co.uk. The search giant said that all text entered will be made indecipherable automatically, in a move that could render the “Great... Read more

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Mobile users in the UK are more likely to buy goods using their smartphone than anywhere else in Europe, reports Telegraph.co.uk. Out of 18 European countries surveyed by Google, the UK has the highest percentage of people who make a monthly... Read more

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The inventor of the world wide web believes an online “Magna Carta” is needed to protect and enshrine the independence of the medium he created and the rights of its users worldwide, reports TheGuardian.com. Sir Tim Berners-Lee said the web had come... Read more

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Google has announced new plans to promote Android wearable technology, hoping to position the operating system as the default platform for smart devices in the same way that it already is for smartphones, reports Independent.co.uk. The internet giant will release... Read more