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The Police Can Probably Break Into Your iPhone

Today at 11:00 AM, via New York Times

At least 2,000 law enforcement agencies have tools to get into encrypted smartphones, according to new research, and they are using them far more than previously known.

Pick n Pay hints at imminent launch of MVNO

Today at 10:58 AM, via TechCentral

Pick n Pay plans to launch Pick n Pay Mobile as well as Boxercom, under its Boxer chain, the retail group said on Tuesday during its interim results presentation for the six months ended 30 August 30.

Scientists Discover a New Organ In the Throat

Today at 09:00 AM, via Slashdot

New submitter Orolo shares a report from ScienceAlert: Medical researchers have made a surprise anatomical discovery, finding what looks to be a mysterious set of salivary glands hidden inside the human head — which somehow have been missed by scientists for centuries up until now. This “unknown entity” was identified by accident by doctors in the Netherlands, who were examining prostate cancer...

The positive side of privacy law

Today at 08:52 AM, via TechCentral

Promoted | Defining data privacy is the first step on the road to building relationships and changing the data conversation.

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