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Twitter Enhances Direct Messaging
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Mark Zuckerberg Defends Internet.org
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Report: 1,500 iOS Apps Have Flaw
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Apple Antitrust Cooperation Declines
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Google Promotes Mobile-Friendly Sites
Verizon Unbundles Pay TV Packages
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
A report by SourceDNA has revealed that about 1,500 apps in the Apple iTunes store contain an HTTPS-crippling flaw that hackers can exploit to seize passwords, financial information and other data.
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