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London terrorist used messaging app WhatsApp minutes before attack - The New Daily

Saturday, 25 March 2017

Counter-terrorism investigators in the UK suspect a WhatsApp message sent or received by Khalid Masood mere minutes before the London attack could be key to uncovering his motives and accomplices. Read more

Wikileaks releases thousands of alleged CIA hacking documents - ABC Radio

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Wikileaks has released documents appearing to detail hacking techniques of the Central Intelligence Agency. Read more

CIA leak may aid US enemies: cybersecurity experts - ABC Radio

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Enemies of the United States will be delighting and poring over the contents of a massive CIA leak today, after Wikileaks has released a trove of hacking tools used by the Agency, giving it the title, 'Vault 7'. Read more

How the CIA can hack your iPhone, Android and smart TV and listen in on you - News.com.au

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

IF YOU have an iPhone or Android smartphone, use popular messaging services such as WhatsApp, run Windows operating system on your computer, own a smart TV or drive a connected car, the US government can spy on you. Read more

Westfield is watching: shopping centre wi-fi logs location, web traffic - Canberra Times

Friday, 3 March 2017

Canberrans using Westfield shopping centres are being tracked with the centres' free wi-fi, with the data able to log the visitor's time spent in the centre, where they spent it and what websites they visited. Read more