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2015/05/09, 14:21

Moroccan government sues authors of report accusing it of spying: state news agency

By Aziz El Yaakoubi RABAT (Reuters) - The Moroccan Interior Ministry has filed a lawsuit against a group behind a report that allegedly accuses the intelligence services of spying on rights activists and journalists, according to the state news agency MAP. International rights groups condemn curbs on freedom of speech and information in Morocco, where journalists and activists are regularly prosecuted under laws that criminalize defamation of the state or king. MAP did not identify the group in question, nor did it give details of the lawsuit, but the action follows the publication last week of a 40-page report on government surveillance in Morocco, compiled by the UK-based Privacy International.
2015/05/09, 04:44

Former U.S. government employee attempted to steal nuclear weapons secrets: Justice Department

The U.S. Justice Department has charged a former employee of the Department of Energy and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for allegedly attempting an email attack on government employees to extract sensitive information on nuclear weapons. According to an indictment unsealed on Friday, Charles Eccleston allegedly attempted the "spear-phishing" attack in January targeting dozens of email accounts, where he believed he was unleashing a virus to collect the information. Eccleston, who has lived in the Philippines since 2011 after he was fired from the NRC in 2010, was caught in a sting by the Federal Bureau of Investigation after he approached a foreign embassy about providing classified U.S. information.
2015/05/09, 04:37

EU, U.S. close to data sharing deal for security cases: sources

By Julia Fioretti BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union and the United States are close to completing negotiations on a deal protecting personal data shared for law enforcement purposes such as terrorism investigations, three people familiar with the matter said. The two sides have been negotiating since 2011 over the so-called "umbrella agreement" that would protect personal data exchanged between police and judicial authorities in the course of investigations, as well as between companies and law enforcement authorities. The protection of personal data in the United States has been a sore point in the EU since former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden revealed mass U.S. surveillance programs involving EU citizens.
2015/05/09, 02:15

Two charged with conspiracy, fraud for breach

Federal prosecutors charged two men on Friday with conspiracy and fraud after they allegedly breached the computer systems of Denver-based Photobucket and sold passwords and access to private information on the giant photo-sharing website. Brandon Bourret, 39, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Athanasios Andrianakis, 26, of Sunnyvale, California, were arrested at their homes, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a statement. The two allegedly developed and sold a software application that allowed users to circumvent the privacy settings on Photobucket, which describes itself as the world's leading dedicated photo and video-sharing service. Founded in 2003, Photobucket says it has more than 100 million registered users.
2015/05/08, 23:06

Canada police investigate murder-suicide after Facebook confession

Canadian police confirmed on Friday they are investigating several deaths in the Vancouver area that may be a murder-suicide linked to a message on Facebook in which a man appeared to confess to killing his daughter, wife and sister. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said several members of one family, including the suspect, had been found dead in two crime scenes, in the Vancouver area and a nearby rural town.
2015/05/08, 22:33

EU, U.S. close to data sharing deal for security cases: sources

By Julia Fioretti BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union and the United States are close to completing negotiations on a deal protecting personal data shared for law enforcement purposes such as terrorism investigations, three people familiar with the matter said. The two sides have been negotiating since 2011 over the so-called "umbrella agreement" that would protect personal data exchanged between police and judicial authorities in the course of investigations, as well as between companies and law enforcement authorities. The protection of personal data in the United States has been a sore point in the EU since former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden revealed mass U.S. surveillance programs involving EU citizens.
2015/05/08, 20:39

Pentagon says security at bases in U.S. highest in four years

The U.S. military has ordered security at its bases around the United States to the highest level in nearly four years, Army Colonel Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman, said on Friday. The heightened security level covered everything from recruiting stations to National Guard posts and military bases and camps in the continental United States, Alaska and U.S. territory in the Caribbean. Social media postings indicate the Garland, Texas, gunmen had contact shortly before the attack with at least two militants, including a British man linked to Syria-based Islamic State rebels, officials said. Investigators believe the Garland attackers principally radicalized themselves through Internet contacts, and were not directly ordered or encouraged to carry out the attack by Islamic State leaders.
2015/05/08, 20:01

U.S. asks China to investigate cyber attack targeting U.S. sites

By Doina Chiacu WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States said on Friday it has asked Beijing to investigate reports that China interfered with Internet content hosted outside the country and used it to attack U.S. websites. "We are concerned by reports that China has used a new cyber capability to interfere with the ability of worldwide Internet users to access content hosted outside of China," State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke said. "The cyber attack manipulated international web traffic intended for one of China's biggest web services companies and turned it into malicious traffic directed at U.S. sites," Rathke told a news briefing. He said the United States asked Chinese authorities to investigate the cyber attack and report its findings.
2015/05/08, 16:41

Indian PM Modi defends ban on Delhi gang rape documentary

By Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has defended his government's decision to ban a controversial documentary film about the fatal gang rape of a woman in New Delhi, saying it was to ensure the dignity of the victim was protected. The film "India's Daughter" - which features an interview with one of the men who raped and tortured a 23-year-old woman on a bus in December 2012 - was banned in March as his comments were considered to be derogatory towards women. The director of the documentary, Leslee Udwin, said the ban obstructed free speech, and critics have said the move was aimed at concealing widespread misogynistic attitudes in India. In his first remarks about the case, Modi told Time Magazine that broadcasting the documentary would have "violated the dignity of the victim".
2015/05/08, 13:49

AOL revenue beats estimates on strong ad sales

(Reuters) - AOL Inc reported quarterly revenue above analysts' expectations, boosted by demand for its real-time bidding platform that helps advertisers place video and display ads on other digital properties. Shares of the company, whose businesses include the Huffington Post news website and the TechCrunch blog, were up 4 percent in premarket trading on Friday. Advertising has become a major revenue stream for AOL as the company moves away from dial-up subscription service, helped by acquisition of automated advertising platforms such as ...
2015/05/08, 13:11

Alibaba has a new CEO, but it's still Jack's house

By John Ruwitch SHANGHAI (Reuters) - When Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's eccentric founder Jack Ma stepped down as CEO two years ago, he declared "the Internet belongs to young people," and promised that most of the company's leaders born in the 1960s would soon retreat from management. On Thursday, that transition at the e-commerce behemoth appeared complete as Ma trumpeted the appointment of a fresh chief executive, Daniel Zhang, born in 1972, as part of a broader reshuffle. Yet as the eight-year Alibaba veteran and current chief operating officer moves into the corner office, the firm remains as much Jack Ma's company as it was when it was founded in his apartment 16 years ago. "No matter who the CEO is, Jack Ma still has ultimate control of the company," said Henry Guo, an analyst at Summit Research.
2015/05/08, 12:24

Music streamer Spotify revenues topped 1 billion euros in 2014

Online music streaming service Spotify's revenues leapt 45 percent to top 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) last year, though its operating loss widened due to product development and expansion costs, its holding company said. The company, founded in 2006 by Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon, was reportedly valued at about $8 billion in a recent fundraising. It said the increased loss was due to substantial investments in product development and international expansion, as well as an increase in staffing.
2015/05/08, 03:18

Exclusive: Microsoft has no plans to pursue Salesforce - sources

Microsoft Corp currently is not weighing an offer for Inc , two people familiar with the matter said on Thursday, dampening speculation that Microsoft could be drawn into bidding for the cloud software company. Bloomberg News, citing people with knowledge of the matter, reported earlier this week that Microsoft was evaluating a bid for Salesforce after the latter was approached by another unnamed would-be buyer. Microsoft considers Salesforce's current market valuation expensive, one of the people said. It is possible that Microsoft could review a bid for Salesforce in the long term, the other person said.
2015/05/08, 00:00

Microsoft Inks UC Deal With Polycom

Under a multi-year agreement unveiled Monday, Polycom will begin shipping integrated unified communications solutions built on Microsoft's Communications Server 14.
2015/05/08, 00:00

IT Earnings Way Up at Job Site Elance

Google App Engine, HTML5, search engine optimization and social media marketing are among the fastest movers on Elance's list of hot job opportunities available online.
2015/05/08, 00:00

Google, Verizon Posit Net Neutrality Accord

The two Internet and communications giants have put aside their differences to hammer what could be a palatable legislative solution to the net neutrality brouhaha.
2015/05/08, 00:00

Tech Stocks Gain Despite HP's Plunge

HP investors had a bad day, but the rest of the tech sector fared well.
2015/05/08, 00:00

New Federal Data Breach Bill Debuts in Senate

The new bill is getting early support from prominent Democrats and could require enterprises meet tighter security measures and new notification rules.
2015/05/08, 00:00

Cisco Unveils Top 10 Web Malware Threats

Contaminated websites are still a threat, but Cisco's latest security report suggests that are plenty of other Web-borne malware scams that can cost you or your company dearly.
2015/05/08, 00:00

Microsoft Adds Single Sign-On to Azure

The latest update to Microsoft's Azure AppFabric cloud-computing platform includes support for a harmonized online identity with single sign-on support for multiple credential providers.
2015/05/08, 00:00

Cisco's CSO Details Security Approach

The chief security officer at Cisco, John Stewart, talks about the networking giant's new security initiatives and building the trust of IT buyers.
2015/05/07, 21:05

Spotify plans to enter Web video business: WSJ

(Reuters) - Music streaming service Spotify is laying plans to enter the Web video business and has been in discussions with several digital media players about potential partnerships, the Wall Street Journal said, citing people familiar with the matter. The company has been reaching out to companies that specialize in making content for Google Inc's YouTube to discuss both acquiring their material and co-creating original video series, the Journal said. Spotify could announce its video plans as early as this month, the report said. Spotify declined to comment.
2015/05/07, 19:57

Equinix moves to gatecrash Telecity, Interxion deal

By Neil Maidment LONDON (Reuters) - British data center provider Telecity Group Plc has opened talks on a possible 2.3 billion pound ($3.5 billion) takeover by Equinix Inc, throwing into doubt Telecity's deal to buy Interxion Holding NV agreed three months ago. Telecity, which runs some of the huge computer centers which process traffic on the Internet, said on Thursday it believed it was duty-bound to enter talks with U.S. group Equinix over a possible offer of 1,145 pence per share, a 27 percent premium to Wednesday's closing price. The proposed deal, made up of 54 percent cash and 46 percent Equinix stock, sent Telecity shares up 23 percent. Investec analyst Roger Phillips said an Equinix-Telecity tie-up would create the number one player in Europe by a large margin, noting: "If this deal consummates, Interxion is left at the altar looking highly sub-scale, and in our view would likely have to enter an alternative end-game." Telecity's deal with Dutch rival Interxion, announced in February, came as the company looked to tap growing demand for "cloud" technology, whereby the data and processing for devices like smartphones is carried out on millions of remote servers.
2015/05/07, 19:56

Consumer review website operator Yelp exploring sale: WSJ

(Reuters) - Yelp Inc, the operator of consumer review website, is exploring a sale that could fetch more than $3.5 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Yelp's shares rose as much as 16 percent on Thursday. The San Francisco-based company is working with investment bankers and it has been in touch with potential buyers in recent weeks, the Journal reported. A deal isn't imminent, the Journal cited one of the people as saying, and it's possible Yelp will decide against a sale.
2015/05/07, 19:31

Virginia man robs bank, posts heist videos online: reports

(Reuters) - A suspected Virginia bank robber posted online videos of the heist and a photo of his note asking for $150,000 just before his arrest, local media reported on Thursday. The suspect, Dominyk Antonio Alfonseca, 23, of Norfolk, walked into TowneBank in Virginia Beach around 1:40 p.m. EDT on Monday and handed the teller a note asking for the money, police said in a statement.
2015/05/07, 19:12

Texas shooting sign of lone wolf attacks to come in U.S.: experts

By Doina Chiacu WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Attacks like Sunday's shooting at a Texas event featuring cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad are a bigger threat in the United States than any by foreign fighters returning radicalized from Syria or Iraq, security experts told a U.S. Senate panel. The so-called lone wolf attackers will be American, inspired by the Islamic State militant group, radicalized online and have easy access to guns, Peter Bergen of the New America Foundation think tank said at a Senate hearing. U.S. investigators are examining the influence of Islamic State on the two men shot to death by authorities after they opened fire in Garland, Texas. There is no evidence either man traveled to Syria or Iraq but they exchanged Twitter messages with Cybercaliphate, an Islamic State affiliate.
2015/05/07, 18:48

Alibaba revenue tops bearish expectations, new CEO named

By John Ruwitch and Paul Carsten SHANGHAI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd on Thursday posted a 45 percent rise in quarterly revenue, and shares of the Chinese e-commerce company jumped nearly 7 percent as investors cheered a smoother-than-expected transition to mobile transactions, which surpassed those from personal computers for the first time. The company said Chief Operating Officer Daniel Zhang would become chief executive on May 10, replacing Jonathan Lu. Lu was CEO for two years, a low-key leader who was frequently eclipsed by outspoken founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma. Alibaba's quarterly revenue jumped 45 percent to $2.81 billion, beating the average analyst estimate of $2.77 billion according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Shares jumped 6.9 percent to $85.54 at midday in the U.S. trading session.
2015/05/07, 18:11

New EU website to offer live opera free worldwide

(Reuters) - "La Traviata", Verdi's opera about the doomed love of a courtesan and a young man, will be streamed live and free of charge worldwide from the stage of Madrid's Teatro Real on Friday, opening an EU-backed program intended to make opera more accessible. The Opera Platform ( is a three-year project with an overall budget of almost 4 million euros ($4.5 million), of which about half comes from the European Union's cultural budget, a press statement said. It said that Internet users throughout the world will be able to watch the simulcast and future live transmissions from the stages of 15 participating European opera companies in 12 countries. The website is being offered by the EU's Creative Europe program in collaboration with Opera Europa, which is an association of 155 opera companies and festivals, the cultural channel Arte and the 15 opera companies.
2015/05/07, 18:00

Microsoft-Salesforce Deal: Who Won?

What's behind the settlement between a rising power in the cloud and software-as-a-service and software colossus Microsoft, which is trying to make its own inroads into the area?
2015/05/07, 18:00

GPL Enforcement Notches Another Victory

The license at the heart of many open source projects is amassing a winning record when it comes to successfully pursuing enforcement lawsuits.

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