Someone has quietly installed backdoors three years ago in a core piece of networking equipment used to protect corporate and government systems around the world.
Technology companies could be shut out
An advisor to the European Court of Justice, Yves Bot has declared that the "safe harbour" agreement for transferring data between the US and EU is "invalid," because of concerns over US spying.
But US blames China
It would appear that while the US has been blaming China for all its cyber break-ins it appears to be ignoring Tsar Putin's elite hacking team for the last seven years.
Stop nicking our secrets
TSMC has won a court ruling that will prohibit a former employee from leaking trade secrets to Samsung.
Courts say it needs a re-think
The British High Court has ruled that Emergency surveillance legislation introduced by the coalition government last year is illegal.
Hack becomes a world nightmare
An Italian security outfit which makes spying packages for various world governments has admitted that its software is now in the hands of terrorists after a recent hack.
Allow US government snooping
Cisco has released a security advisory warning of SSH problems in three of its enterprise products which sound to us like a jolly good way for US spooks to snuffle corporate data.
We would never spy on our users
Apple CEO Tim Cook has slammed his Silicon Valley chums of selling out their users and customers to the NSA and advertisers.
Don't look at him, Look at me
Wikileaks boss Julian Assange complicated Edward Snowden's escape from Russia by tipping off the NSA with a false rumour about the Bolivian President.
Fear sent them back to the dark ages
While the NSA and others have done their best to paint the Edward Snowden leaks as being good for the terrorists, it turns out they have been the exact opposite. The terrorists are so frightened of US monitoring, that they have been forced to rely on slow and outdated communications technology.