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Wikileaks editor Julian Assange has been arrested by police in London, and now faces extradition proceedings to Sweden.
Criminals took part in a scam worth millions, but U.K. police admit they can't crack the gang's computer records.
Burglars take three laptops with details of payroll and pensions of employees of London's Metropolitan Police.
Former White House adviser Howard Schmidt warns that hackers aren't just going after big corporations, and small businesses must beware.
Companies are under pressure to meet demand for products that mix computing, broadcast and telecom technologies, analyst firm says.
Gary McKinnon, the British man fighting extradition to the U.S., is planning to appear on a panel at a U.K. security conference.
British man's legal fight continues to avoid extradition to the U.S. to face hacking charges and possible imprisonment at Guantanamo Bay.
Officials claiming terrorists pose serious danger to computer networks direct attention away from common criminals, expert says.
Other countries are more of a risk to the U.K.'s infrastructure than hackers--and terrorists are even lower on the list, British agency says.