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Turnbull admits limitations of data retention proposal

More holes appear in the government's mandatory data retention proposal as Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull admits the tech-savvy will know how to avoid having their IP addresses logged against sites they visit, while the scheme may still be costly and impractical.

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March 12, 2013 by

What’s Driving LTE Services?

Mobile industry leaders say the main reasons operators are launching LTE are improved data speeds for customers and new IP-based services (which will drive new revenue for operators).

May 17, 2012 by

ISP brands UK internet spying plans 'pointless'

UK wholesale ISP Entanet has branded the government's internet data retention plans as "pointless" and criticised the lack of clarity for ISPs over the scheme.Entanet, which delivers data connectivity, IP telephony and telecoms services through resellers, said that the government's £2bn scheme would fail to deliver on its snooping goals as cybercriminals will simply find ways around being tracked.

December 2, 2011 by

Contractor explains water-pump 'Scada hack'

The failure of a water pump in Illinois had nothing to do with a security attack from Russia, the contractor who turned out to be at the heart of the episode has said.In mid-November, the pump's failure was attributed by the Illinois Statewide Terrorism and Intelligence Center to a supposed attack emanating from a Russian IP address, leading many to chalk the incident up as the first successful attack on a US supervisory control and data acquisition (Scada) system.

June 27, 2011 by

Vodafone closing free BitTorrent loophole

Vodafone has moved to shut down a strange glitch in its system that allowed customers to use BitTorrent, make Voice over IP (VoIP) calls, check email and do online banking, all without being charged for data usage.

June 11, 2011 by

Codemasters hit by hack, data compromised

UK game developer Codemasters has been hit by a cyberattack leading to a loss of user data and the downing of its corporate website.The hack, which occurred on 3 June, led to no payment data being stolen as the company uses an external provider, but customer names, addresses, telephone numbers, encrypted passwords and order histories were all compromised, along with IP addresses.


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