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Glasgow City Council fined £150,000 after losing personal information for more than 20,000 people

The laptops had not been encrypted, to stop them being read by unauthorised users

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Companies say storage and use of users' online data is still 'highly contentious'

UK immigration continues to fall as overseas student numbers shrink

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Two jailed, another sent to young offenders unit and fourth handed suspended sentence

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A Saudi Arabian man arrested in the US after a pressure cooker was discovered in his suitcase knew nothing about the device's use in the Boston Marathon bombings, his lawyer said.

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A Greek far-right MP has reportedly accidentally struck a 12-year-old girl in an apparent attempt to attack the mayor of Athens.

People attending terror training camps will be barred from holding passport, says Theresa May

People who attend terror training camps abroad will be barred from holding a British passport, the Home Secretary announced today.

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Wicketkeeper replaces Shane Watson as Michael Clarke's deputy

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