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Assange now faces 18 counts of spying
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From 2010

Federal prosecutors have brought an 18-count indictment against Julian Assange, accusing him of violating the Espionage Act.

Wikipedia wants a slice of Turkey from the European Court of Human rights
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Ironically complaining about censorship

No longer happy with making Fudzilla disappear from their pages, the Fake penis experts at Wackypedia are trying to make Turkey go the same way.

Lenovo’s profit sees triple growth.
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Beating market expectations

China’s Lenovo Group reported a more than three-fold increase in its quarterly profit as strong computer sales much better than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street predicted.

ESET researchers find more clues about Fancy Bear
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Working out the outfits strange moves

Boffins at the ESET R&D centre in Montreal have just published findings on their latest investigation into the infamous Sednit Group.

Brits do not get GDPR
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A year on and two surveys show they are clueless

Despite having had a year to adjust to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), firms still use the same day to day practices to secure personal data. Research conducted by global security company ESET, and Kingston Digital, showed that businesses practise similar methods to safeguard data used by their employees as they did pre GDPR era.