[SecurityWeek] UN Experts Call for More Rules on Countries’ Use of Spyware

Human rights experts working with the United Nations on Thursday called on countries to pause the sale and transfer of spyware and other surveillance technology until they set rules governing its use, to ensure it won’t impinge upon human rights.

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[SecurityWeek] GitHub Discloses Details of Easy-to-Exploit Linux Vulnerability

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[SecurityWeek] Microsoft Mitigates 2.4 Tbps DDoS Attack Targeting Azure

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