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Users could be saved from a lot of pain if information security professionals acted like dictators and forced them to patch, update and take precautions, but Google's chief technology advocate has called for a less totalitarian scheme.
Although ISPs and network operators have had access to the rough figures of malware infections for some time, the Australian Communications and Media Authority has now begun publishing the statistics for the public.
Telstra is again in the Australian Privacy Commissioner's sights, with Timothy Pilgrim stating that his office will open a new investigation into the matter due to the telco's latest privacy bungle.
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- Reports: Intel planning new devices unit led by former Apple exec