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Rumor: Myspace to lay off 37.5% of workforce on Wednesday

Rumors are flying that Myspace will once again be cutting deep into its workforce with 37.5% of employees hitting the pavement and the classifieds come Wednesday.
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Opera founder von Tetzchner leaving company

After almost 15 years, Opera founder Jon S. von Tetzchner is leaving the company to work on new ideas - but plans to keep his stake in the company.
Computing

Anonymous releases counter-hacking manual

Anonymous has returned to the forefront of the hacker war against authority with the release of a "counter-cyberterrorism" manual, along with data on the FBI.
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Best Buy no longer shipping MacBook Air, update likely imminent

Best Buy is no longer shipping Apple's MacBook Air for online purchases, listing the product's warehouse status as "Not available."
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LulzSec hacker identities apparently outed by rival group

Lulz Security called out by rival group The A-Team in a newly posted document that outs the identities of key LulzSec members.
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Facebook socially networks roughly 10 percent of Earth’s population

Facebook hits 750 million users, totaling more than 10 percent of the world's population, according to a source close to the company.
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Sony PS3 hacker George ‘GeoHot’ Hotz ‘works for Facebook’

Huge news in the hacker world: Renowned PS3 and iPhone jailbreaker George "GeoHot" Hotz now reportedly works for Facebook.
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LulzSec calls it quits after 50 days of hacks

LulzSec is finished. The group announced today that it will no longer be swinging its hacker sword against its corporate and governmental enemies.
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TeaMp0isoN hackers hit former British PM Tony Blair, leak address book

Hacker group TeaMp0isoN has released a trove of private data that it claims belongs to former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
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Australian ISPs to voluntarily filter net, nervous about hack reprisals

Major Australian ISPs are agreeing to filter using Federal lists of child porn sites, but are nervous about hacktivist attention from the likes of LulzSec and Anonymous
Computing

New lawsuit hits Sony, says company ignored security warnings

A new class action lawsuit has been filed against Sony claiming the company knew but didn't care about their weak network security issues.
Apple

Final Cut Pro X under fire from professionals

Final Cut Pro X fails to impress advanced users, in what may be regarded as an uncharacteristically negative Apple product launch.