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When ordinary citizens in a modern democracy start taking precautions against government and corporate surveillance, it's time for a re-think.
Things might get broken when disruptive startups start disrupting the incumbents, but they don't have to be chaotic. That's just down to bad management.
New York has 'dropped the ball', says startup advisor Kim Heras. Meanwhile, Sydney provides easy access to fast-growing Asian markets, but Australian corporates must change their culture.
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- CA Technologies buying Rally Software for $480 million
- Need a simple, instant warrant canary? Now there's an app for that
- Palo Alto Networks acquires cybersecurity company CirroSecure
- Proactive for iOS 9: Apple's challenge to Google Now
- Apple keynote set for 10am on June 8 at WWDC