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Telstra Director believes automation is shaped by its cloud strategy

The Director of global platforms at Telstra, Jim Fagan, reveals in a keynote that the "path to automation is being shaped by its cloud strategy and the development of its Programmable Network"
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E-passports need more anti-forgery measures, says senators

For more than a decade, US border control agents haven't been using the incorrect software in order to verify e-passports, according to two US senators
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Teenagers are more likely to hack computers than smoke, says study

Today’s teenagers are more likely to rebel by hacking computers than by smoking or having sex, according to a University College London study
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Kodak reveals blockchain initiative KodakCoin

Shares in Kodak soared nearly 120% after it revealed its blockchain-based initiative, KodakCoin
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Kaspersky advises how to ‘stay safe’ regarding Debenhams scammers

Kaspersky Lab offers comments and tips to help consumers safeguard themselves from scammers targeting Debenhams
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Germany enforces new social media law

Germany enforces a law called NetzDG, which demands social media sites to quickly remove illegal material, fake news and hate speech
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Google ‘violates’ Microsoft’s policies

Yesterday, Google published a Chrome app in Microsoft Windows Store, violating its policies
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Donald Trump: USA government needs more cloud-based tech

Donald Trump announces the USA government needs more information technology systems, data protection, and cloud-based technologies
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US government accuses Kaspersky of being a ‘Russian stooge’

The US government has claimed that Kaspersky Lab is a “Russian stooge” that can’t be trusted with protecting America’s critical infrastructure
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Elon Musk: North Korea’s ‘less threat’ than AI

Elon Musk says Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a greater threat than North Korea

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