Online learning site Lynda.com has informed its 9.5 million users that their accounts may have been hacked. The LinkedIn-owned platform, which offers business and technology courses taught by industry experts,... read more →
Estonia last week became the first European country to pass a Magnitsky-style law to stop human rights abusers entering the country. Named after Russian whistle-blower Sergei Magnitsky - who was... read more →
Europol last week supported police in a number of countries as they launched a coordinated crackdown on cyber criminals using Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) tools. The operation, which resulted... read more →
Plans to reform athletics after repeated corruption and doping scandals have been backed by the IAAF, the sport’s embattled governing body. The proposals, put forward by IAAF President Lord Coe,... read more →
Officials from Swedish networking and telecoms giant Ericsson are being questioned by investigators in the US over allegations the firm paid hundreds of millions of dollars in bribes to politicians... read more →
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