February 2012

29 February, 2012

Robert Moormann executed today for killing his mother Maude and hacking up her … – Daily Mail


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Robert Moormann executed today for killing his mother Maude and hacking up her
Daily Mail
A death row inmate was executed today after killing and dismembering his adoptive mother despite last-minute appeals over his mental disabilities. Just before he was put to death, Robert Henry Moormann used his last words to apologize to his family and

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Google Chrome hacking contest offers $1M in prizes – CBC.ca


CBC.ca
Google Chrome hacking contest offers $1M in prizes
CBC.ca
Google is again offering cash prizes for hackers who can find security holes in its Chrome web browser during an annual conference in Vancouver this March. This year, hackers at the CanSecWest security conference can earn up to $60000 for each "full
Google Will Offer $1 Million In Rewards For Hacking Chrome In ContestForbes
Google wants hackers to hammer on Chrome for $1 millionTechSpot
Hack Google's Chrome Browser, Get Up to $60000 USDTom’s Hardware Guide
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UK police: Culture of illegal payments at The Sun – Beaver County Times


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UK police: Culture of illegal payments at The Sun
Beaver County Times
Singer Charlotte Church, a former teen sensation who has been the subject of intense tabloid intrusion, has settled her phone-hacking lawsuit against the publisher of the News of the World tabloid, lawyers told Britain's High Court on Thursday Feb.
Leveson Inquiry: Evidence suggests 'network of corrupt officials'BBC News
Police, Murdoch aides stalled hacking probes, inquiry toldChicago Tribune
Today's media stories from the papersThe Guardian
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25 alleged Anonymous members arrested after Interpol investigation – Washington Post


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25 alleged Anonymous members arrested after Interpol investigation
Washington Post
Interpol has arrested 25 people with suspected links to the loose hacking collective Anonymous, according to a statement from the international police agency. The alleged hackers are between the ages of 17 and 40. On Tuesday, Interpol said that it
Anonymous hackers: Police arrest 25 in four countriesBBC News
Hacking suspects held after sweepSydney Morning Herald
Interpol arrests suspected 'Anonymous' hackersLocal 10
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James Murdoch resigns as head of newspaper group embroiled in hacking scandal – San Jose Mercury News


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James Murdoch resigns as head of newspaper group embroiled in hacking scandal
San Jose Mercury News
By Cassandra Vinograd AP LONDON (AP) — James Murdoch, the executive at the epicenter of the phone-hacking scandal at his father's British newspapers, is stepping down as executive chairman of News Corp.'s UK newspaper arm.
UK police thought phone hacking widespread in 2006CBS News
James Murdoch quits as hacking claims keep comingSydney Morning Herald
Hacking scandal claims James Murdoch scalpNew Zealand Herald
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The Windows 8 Kill Switch: A Hacker’s Dream Come True – PC Magazine

The Windows 8 Kill Switch: A Hacker's Dream Come True
PC Magazine
Let the hacking begin! By John C. Dvorak A number of stories about a Windows 8 kill switch have appeared on the Web, each with its own odd and ominous tone. The blogosphere has gone berserk with all sorts of menacing commentary, such as the following

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Rebekah Brooks ‘had her phone hacked twice a week by the News of the World … – Daily Mail


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Rebekah Brooks 'had her phone hacked twice a week by the News of the World
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By Daily Mail Reporter Rebekah Brooks had her phone hacked twice a week by colleagues at the News of the World while she was editing The Sun, the Leveson Inquiry heard today. Scotland Yard invited her to join their 2006 prosecution of a journalist and
Leveson Inquiry: Rebekah Brooks's phone 'hacked weekly'BBC News
Sun editor's phone hacked twice a weekThe Australian
Rebekah Brooks was hacked by NoTW while editing sister title The Sunthejournal.ie
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UK police thought phone hacking widespread – The Age


Metro
UK police thought phone hacking widespread
The Age
AP Detectives pursuing British tabloid phone hacking in 2006 quickly concluded that the practice was not confined to a rogue News of the World reporter and identified hundreds of potential victims – including one of owner Rupert Murdoch's trusted
Leveson Inquiry: Rebekah Brooks's phone 'hacked weekly'BBC News
Rebekah Brooks' phone was 'hacked twice a week'Press Gazette
Rebekah Brooks 'victim of phone hacking' while at the SunMetro

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Rebekah Brooks’ phone was ‘hacked twice a week’ – Press Gazette


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Rebekah Brooks' phone was 'hacked twice a week'
Press Gazette
By PA Media Lawyer Rebekah Brooks's phone was hacked twice a week by colleagues at the News of the World while she was editing The Sun, the Leveson Inquiry heard today. Scotland Yard invited her to join their 2006 prosecution of a journalist and
Leveson Inquiry: Rebekah Brooks's phone 'hacked weekly'BBC News
Rebekah Brooks 'victim of phone hacking' while at the SunMetro
Horsegate continues: Animal loaned to Rebekah Brooks was returned in "poor Mirror.co.uk
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Former News Corp. Executive Rebekah Brooks Was Hacked by News of the World – Bloomberg


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Former News Corp. Executive Rebekah Brooks Was Hacked by News of the World
Bloomberg
(NWSA) Chairman Rupert Murdoch's former top UK executive, Rebekah Brooks, was a regular victim of phone-hacking by the company's News of the World tabloid when she edited the Sun newspaper, a police detective said today. London police investigating two
Leveson Inquiry: Rebekah Brooks's phone 'hacked weekly'BBC News
Rebekah Brooks 'had her phone hacked twice a week by the News of the World Daily Mail
Rebekah Brooks's phone hacked weeklyThe Independent
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Ex-News Corp. Exec Brooks Was Hacked – Bloomberg


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Ex-News Corp. Exec Brooks Was Hacked
Bloomberg
(NWSA) Chairman Rupert Murdoch's former top UK executive, Rebekah Brooks, was a regular victim of phone-hacking by the company's News of the World tabloid when she edited the Sun newspaper, a police detective said today. London police investigating two
Rebekah Brooks 'had her phone hacked twice a week at the Sun'The Guardian
Leveson Inquiry: Rebekah Brooks's phone 'hacked weekly'BBC News
Rebekah Brooks's phone hacked weeklyThe Independent
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Rebekah Brooks ‘had her phone hacked twice a week at the Sun’ – The Guardian


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Rebekah Brooks 'had her phone hacked twice a week at the Sun'
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Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of News International, had her phone hacked by News of the World twice a week when she was editor of the Sun, the Leveson inquiry has heard. The inquiry was told on Wedneday that Brooks heard from Scotland
Rebekah Brooks's phone hacked weeklyThe Independent
Leveson: Rebekah Brooks hacked by her own colleagues while at The SunScotsman
Rupert Murdoch defends Rebekah Brooks over horse – as it emerges her phone was WalesOnline
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Police thought hacking widespread in 2006 – Financial Times

Police thought hacking widespread in 2006
Financial Times
By Ben Fenton, Chief Media Correspondent News International executives who maintained for years that phone hacking was the work of a single rogue reporter were “very well aware” that police strongly suspected this was untrue, the Leveson inquiry heard

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UK police thought phone hacking widespread in 2006 – CBS News


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UK police thought phone hacking widespread in 2006
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(AP Photo/Sang Tan, file) (Sang Tan) (AP) LONDON — Detectives pursuing British tabloid phone hacking in 2006 quickly concluded that the practice was not confined to a rogue News of the World reporter but decided not to expand their investigation,
James Murdoch gives up News International roleReuters
James Murdoch Gives Up Role at British UnitNew York Times
James Murdoch gives up post as News International chiefLos Angeles Times
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Leveson Inquiry: phone hacking police identified 418 potential victims in 2006 – Telegraph.co.uk


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Leveson Inquiry: phone hacking police identified 418 potential victims in 2006
Telegraph.co.uk
The detective charged with investigating phone hacking in 2006 told the Leveson Inquiry he uncovered evidence that hacking went beyond a rogue reporter but said the force was under 'huge, huge pressure' to deal with the threat of terrorism.
Leveson Inquiry: Rebekah Brooks's phone 'hacked weekly'BBC News
Former News Corp. Executive Rebekah Brooks Was Hacked by News of the WorldBloomberg
Rebekah Brooks 'had her phone hacked twice a week by the News of the World Daily Mail
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UK police thought phone hacking widespread in 2006 – The Associated Press


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UK police thought phone hacking widespread in 2006
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LONDON (AP) — Detectives pursuing British tabloid phone hacking in 2006 quickly concluded that the practice was not confined to a rogue News of the World reporter but decided not to expand their investigation, a police officer who led the inquiry said
Police thought hacking widespread in 2006Financial Times
Leveson Inquiry: phone hacking police identified 418 potential victims in 2006Telegraph.co.uk

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James Murdoch Gives Up Role at British Unit – New York Times


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James Murdoch Gives Up Role at British Unit
New York Times
Last July, Rupert and James Murdoch sat side by side at a British parliamentary inquiry as legislators demanded to know the full extent of a phone-hacking scandal at The News of the World, a weekly tabloid newspaper that News International shut down
James Murdoch Exits News InternationalReuters
James Murdoch resigns as News Intl executive chairThe Associated Press
James Murdoch QUITS as boss of his dad's scandal-hit British papers but keeps Daily Mail
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Leveson Inquiry: Rebekah Brooks’s phone ‘hacked weekly’ – BBC News


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Leveson Inquiry: Rebekah Brooks's phone 'hacked weekly'
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Former editor of the Sun Rebekah Brooks had her phone hacked twice a week, the Leveson inquiry has heard. Det Chief Supt Philip Williams, who led the original Metropolitan Police phone-hacking investigation, said the practice had begun in 2005.
Rebekah Brooks's phone hacked weeklyThe Independent
Horsegate continues: Animal loaned to Rebekah Brooks was returned in "poor Mirror.co.uk
Today's media stories from the papersThe Guardian
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UK police thought phone hacking widespread in 2006 – Denver Post

UK police thought phone hacking widespread in 2006
Denver Post
By JILL LAWLESS AP LONDON—Detectives pursuing British tabloid phone hacking in 2006 quickly concluded that the practice was not confined to a rogue News of the World reporter but decided not to expand their investigation, a police officer who led the

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UK Police Thought Phone Hacking Widespread in 2006 – ABC News


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UK Police Thought Phone Hacking Widespread in 2006
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Detectives pursuing British tabloid phone hacking in 2006 quickly concluded that the practice was not confined to a rogue News of the World reporter but decided not to expand their investigation, a police officer who led the inquiry said Wednesday.
Initial hacking inquiry not a priority for policeSydney Morning Herald

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Hacking suspects held after sweep – Sydney Morning Herald


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Hacking suspects held after sweep
Sydney Morning Herald
TWENTY-FIVE suspected members of the loose-knit Anonymous hacker movement have been arrested in a sweep across Europe and South America, Interpol said. The international police agency said the arrests in Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Spain were
Anonymous hackers: Police arrest 25 in four countriesBBC News
Interpol website suffers 'Anonymous cyber-attack'The Guardian
Spain, South America arrest 25 in hacking probeReuters
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An inside view of LulzSec’s hacking rampage – CNNMoney


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An inside view of LulzSec's hacking rampage
CNNMoney
By Stacy Cowley @CNNMoneyTech February 29, 2012: 7:31 AM ET LulzSec's website immediately crashed under a massive traffic attack from foes seeking to hack the hackers. Within the hour, LulzSec signed up for a website optimization service called
RSA Conference 2012: Why we kept LulzSec safeCSO

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An inside view of LulzSec’s hacking rampage – CNN


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An inside view of LulzSec's hacking rampage
CNN
By Stacy Cowley @CNNMoneyTech February 29, 2012: 7:31 AM ET LulzSec's website immediately crashed under a massive traffic attack from foes seeking to hack the hackers. Within the hour, LulzSec signed up for a website optimization service called
RSA Conference 2012: Why we kept LulzSec safeCSO

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UK police thought phone hacking widespread in 2006 – Newsday


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UK police thought phone hacking widespread in 2006
Newsday
Click here UK police thought phone hacking widespread in 2006 Originally published: February 29, 2012 6:09 AM Updated: February 29, 2012 6:59 AM By The Associated Press JILL LAWLESS (Associated Press) (AP) — Detectives investigating British tabloid

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Phone hacking cover-up extended to top: MP – Sydney Morning Herald


Telegraph.co.uk
Phone hacking cover-up extended to top: MP
Sydney Morning Herald
BRITISH Labour MP Chris Bryant has claimed the "cover-up" of phone hacking at News International went as high as chairman and chief executive James Murdoch, and that it would be the single largest corporate corruption case for 250 years.
Phone hacking: six News of the World staff instructed Mulcaire, papers allegeThe Guardian
Phone hacking: 54 MPs and peers in Glenn Mulcaire notebooksTelegraph.co.uk
Phone-hacking will be the single largest corporate corruption case for 250 Daily Mail
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