BERLIN (AP) — U.S. intelligence agencies hacked into the email servers of Chinese tech giant Huawei five years ago,...
Mar 22 2014, 2:33pm CDT
Bill Gates, Michael Dell and Mark Zuckerberg have proven that you can be in your early 20s and have the wisdom to run a...
Jan 6 2014, 5:26pm CST
Source: Sport Balla
Rio de Janeiro, July 3 (IANS/EFE) World football body FIFA said that no evidence of match-fixing was found during the World Cup as claimed by German daily Der Spiegel. The German newsp ...
Full article at: Sport Balla
5 days ago, 10:04am CDT
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Jan 6 2014, 7:06am CST
Source: Channel News Asia
RIO DE JANEIRO: FIFA said Wednesday it had received no evidence of corruption involving Cameroon's World Cup squad after a report in Germany which raised suspicions about their first-round defeat to Croatia.FIFA spokeswoman Delia Fischer said the governing body had requested all details of communications between Germany's Der Spiegel magazine and notorious Singapore match-fixer Wilson Perumal. ...
Full article at: Channel News Asia
6 days ago, 10:20am CDT
mrspoonsi (2955715) writes with this excerpt from the BBC: ISPs from the U.S., UK, Netherlands, and South Korea have joined forced with campaigners Privacy International to take the agency to task over alleged attacks on network infrastructure. It is the first time that GCHQ has faced such action. The ISPs claim that alleged network attacks, outlined in a series of articles in Der Spiegel and the Intercept, were illegal and "undermine the goodwill the organizations rely on." The comp ...
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6 days ago, 7:50am CDT
Report lifts lid on NSA hacker unit, says US spies intercept computer deliveries to plant bugs
Dec 29 2013, 12:06pm CST
Convicted Singaporean match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal is categorically denying a story published by German weekly Der Spiegel alleging that the Cameroon team was involved in fixing a ...
Full article at: CNN
6 days ago, 4:29pm CDT
Source: Salt Lake Tribune
Rio de Janeiro • A convicted match-fixer denied a report in a German magazine Tuesday that he predicted the result and details of a World Cup football match.
Cameroon’s football federation said it was investigating the report in der Spiegel magazine that Wilson Raj Perumal accurately predicted in an online chat with one of its journalists that Cameroon would lose 4-0 to Croatia and would have a player sent off in the first half.
And that is exactly what happened in ...
Full article at: Salt Lake Tribune
6 days ago, 4:06pm CDT
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Nov 16 2013, 1:55am CST