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'If you monkey with a system that’s supposed to provide global connectivity, it’s very easy to make mistakes'

US makes extradition request to Ireland for porn suspect

The United States has formally requested the extradition of a man in Ireland described by the FBI as being the "largest facilitator of child porn on the planet".

Irish man arrested as 'the largest facilitator of child porn on the planet'

Reports suggest a co-ordinated attack by the FBI that took down some of the world's most well-hidden illegal websites

Eve Online's biggest ever battle was the game's 'Battle of the Alamo'

Over 4,000 pilots were involved a one-tenth speed space battle for precious - virtual - resources

Stolen personal details of 400,000 witnesses and defendants at Salford Magistrates Court found for sale on eBay

The £1,200 server was returned but police found insufficient evidence to find the thief

Lakeland customers in hacking alert

Kitchenware store website asks users to change passwords amid fears their details have been stolen

David Cameron is facing serious questions over how his plan for automatic internet 'porn filters' in every British home would work

This Government doesn't understand technology. The attempt to block porn proves it

Cameron's plan is an unworkable sop to the Tory right

Edward Snowden at a meeting with human rights campaigners at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport

NSA to tighten security in wake of Edward Snowden leaks

Defence officials call revelations a 'failure to defend our own networks' and introduce new rules for contractors

First-person shooter 'Quake III Arena', released in 1999

Did AI robots from Quake III Arena video game bring about world peace?

Guns, so one line of thinking goes, do not kill people. Death usually comes when the trigger is pulled by a living being so people, therefore, kill people. It may be an over-simplified way of thinking (and one that the National Rifle Association seems to love) but could the same argument be put forward for video games? Are certain games inherently violent or do they only become bloodbaths once humans get hold of the controller?

Kim Dotcom said he wept on hearing data had been wiped

Kim Dotcom's files are wiped in 'largest data massacre in history'

Megaupload founder lambasts Dutch hosting company for deleting 630 dedicated servers

NSA surveillance: Apple follows Facebook lead reveals US data requests

Apple is the latest US technology firm to join Facebook and Microsoft in revealing they have received between 4,000 to 5,000 surveillance requests from the US government since 1 December, 2012.

Google, Facebook, Apple and YouTube have all had their data targeted by the NSA

Prism and the US internet giants: The relationship, the numbers and the language

The US has been accessing private data of 'foreigners' for years - so who are the eight companies in the Prism scandal, and what was their role?

Yahoo Japan suspects up to 22 million IDs could have been stolen in attack

Yahoo Japan Corp. released a statement last Friday warning that usernames of 22 million people may have been stolen in an attack on the 16th of May.

Internet services across the world were disrupted

Hacking suspect behind 'biggest cyberattack in history' is arrested in Spain

The 35-year-old man was arrested by authorities in Barcelona

Cold-callers don't warm me up with plastic chumminess

It grates when people I've never met start a conversation as if we're old friends

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Paul Scholes column

I don't believe Evans was spitting at Cissé. It was a reflex. But what the Newcastle striker did next was horrible
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Miguel Layun is a star in Mexico where he was criticised for leaving to join Watford. But he says he sees the bigger picture
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Baghdad fights to win back Tikrit from Isis – but then what?

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