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Japan to build ice wall under Fukushima plant

The Japanese government is once again being forced to deal with TEPCO's mess.As if the company's...

Over half IT pros believe business is losing cyber battle

Businesses are losing the battle against state-sponsored cyber attacks and things are unlikely to improve in the short term, according to a survey of...

Influence – Top 5 IT budget drains

Computing speaks to the CIOs of Marks & Spencer and Network Rail, and a senior IT representative from IBM to learn about the main...

UK parliament accessed porn 300,000+ times in just one year

04 Sep 2013 10:13 | by a staff writer | Filed in Security. ...

NHS patient database gets £1bn investment boost

The government plans to go ahead with a controversial database of patient records, backed by a £1bn investment in IT over three years, despite...

Nokia confirms: Patent attacks may continue after Microsoft purchase

There's something notable missing from Microsoft's $7.1 billion purchase of Nokia's phone business yesterday—the company's giant patent portfolio.As Nokia's cell phone business declined,...

“Homeless hacker” Commander X quits Anonymous, retreats to robot lab

Doyon, wearing his Anonymous mask, in Canada in 2012. Nate Anderson Last year, I traveled to Canada...

Budget cuts mean Silicon Valley patent office won’t open anytime soon

The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is not exempt from the "sequestration" budget cuts being imposed on government agencies.For now, one casualty...

AT&T gives DEA 26 years of phone call records to wage...

Esquisite_Photography AT&T provides the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) with records of Americans' phone calls dating back...

Disinfecting PCs false security, says security expert

Many companies that are proud of their ability to identify and clean machines infected with malware are missing a trick and creating a false...