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Microsoft rejects handing over emails stored overseas

PCMag reports that Microsoft rejects handing over emails stored overseas in Ireland. A New York judge ordered the email data

German anti-stress law in the making that bans work email and phone calls outside office hours

In Germany, it’s already common at a few employers to not receive any work email and/or phone calls outside office

16 million German email addresses stolen, including passwords

The BBC has reported no less than 16 million German email addresses stolen, and account passwords stolen as well by hackers.

To prevent phishing scams, banks are collecting special TLD domains

Scammers will have a harder time trying to do phishing: banks are picking up new type top level domain names

US Senate votes to extend FISA Amendments Act for five years

The FISA Amendments Act, which has been in effect since 2008, has been extended for another five years by a

Updated: Botnet hits Android smartphones, sends spam from Yahoo accounts?

Compromised Yahoo accounts have been used to send out spam by a botnet recently. In this case it’s not a

Google, Yahoo sued for preemptive reading of email to serve ads

Google and Yahoo have been sued in the state of California for intercepting emails and serving ads based on keywords

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