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DUBLIN (Reuters) – An Irish judge on Wednesday rejected an attempt by campaigners to force an investigation into Facebooks alleged sharing of data from EU users with the U.S. National Security Agency. High Court Justice Gerard Hogan, who has jurisdiction because Facebooks European headquarters are based in Dublin, upheld an earlier decision by the countrys […]

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The reality, cyber security experts say, is that however much they spend, even the largest companies are unlikely to be able to stop their systems being breached. Last week, Reuters revealed a host of big name U.S. Fortune 500 companies were on a hiring spree for board level cyber security experts often offering $500,000-700,000 a […]

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The German government has tightened tender rules for sensitive public IT contracts in the wake of reports about mass surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry said on Friday. Last year former NSA contractor Edward Snowden exposed U.S. technology companies’ close cooperation with national intelligence agencies by leaking documents […]

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