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Four more people, allegedly involved with the hacker groups Anonymous and LulzSec, have been arrested by the UK police.
Wikileaks is conducting an online poll of its Twitter followers to decided whether the site should publish in full its unredacted cache of U.S. diplomatic cables.
The Wikileaks website crashed on Tuesday after the site published thousands more secret U.S. diplomatic cables.
According to documents released by WikiLeaks, Apple was slow to act against the counterfeit industry in China and other Asian countries.
Wikileaks on Thursday said it was releasing tens of thousands of US diplomatic cables that appear to be from a cache of more than 250,000 State Department reports leaked to the group, of which many are still classified.
Former Wikileaks spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg has permanently deleted some 3500 unpublished documents previously leaked to the whistleblower site, including the complete U.S. no-fly list, five gigabytes of data from Bank of America and information about several neo-Nazi groups.
A radical new approach to thwarting Internet censorship would essentially turn the whole web into a proxy server, making it virtually impossible for a censoring government to block individual sites.
Hackers from the group Anonymous said on Thursday that they breached NATO security and accessed hoards of restricted material.
SAN DIEGO, July 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Following a thorough review and evaluation process, the Iowa Education Consortium (IEC) has awarded iBoss(TM) (http://www.iboss.com) a three-year contract to provide Internet content filtering and Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) compliance for over 300,000 students and staff in public schools throughout the state of Iowa. "Five Iowa Area Education Agencies (AEAs) partnered with the IEC to bid Web content filtering.
Hacktivist group Anonymous announced plans for a new social network after the group's Google+ accounts were shut down.
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