Snapchat confirmed in November that it would crack down on all third party apps, and now the ax has fallen on the Windows Phone app store, which no longer contains any third party apps ...
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North Korea proposes 'joint investigation' into Sony hacking scandal - but warns there will be 'serious consequences' if US refuses
North Korea has offered to hold a joint inquiry with the United States into the Sony hacking scandal, but warned there will be "serious consequences" should the proposal be rejected.
Sat 20 Dec 14 from The Independent
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Facebook was accused of giving in to political censorship tonight after it apparently blocked access to a protest page on its site under pressure from the Kremlin.
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South Korea and Japan on Saturday vowed to work closely with the US to combat cyber crime, after Seoul blamed North Korea for a crippling cyber attack on Sony Pictures.
Sat 20 Dec 14 from Phys.org
Just a couple of days after Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) pulled the release of its upcoming film, The Interview, President Barack Obama termed the move a “mistake”, although ...
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