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U.K., U.S. intelligence agencies "cracked" Internet encryption
More from the Edward Snowden files. British and American intelligence agencies have reportedly broken encryption used to back technologies like SSH, HTTPS, and VPNs by weakening encryption standards, inserting vulnerabilities into vendors' technology, and using supercomputer-backed password crackers.
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Apple event: What's can we expect?
ZDNet breaks out every rumor we can think of relating to the iPhone 5S, the rumored emerging market iPhone 5C, and iOS 7, ahead of Tuesday's Apple event.
Microsoft, Google v. NSA lawsuit to proceed
The negotiations between Microsoft and Google, and the U.S. government have failed, reports ZDNet's Larry Seltzer, and the two technology giants are proceeding to litigation.
Read more: Microsoft, Google v. NSA lawsuit to proceed
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