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51. news | 26 May 2013
» If you have ever worked in the UK, no matter what your nationality, you probably were enrolled in a private pension scheme to which your employer and maybe you made contributions. The UK government continues to tweak leg...
52. tech | 09 May 2013
» The reclusive head of Chinese technology giant Huawei Thursday rejected US cyber-security fears that have seen Washington effectively freeze his company out of government contracts, reports said.
53. business | 04 Jun 2013
» RSA Security, a leading computer and network security company, says Asia is a big target for cyber attacks thanks to its rapidly growing economies.
54. news | 15 Jun 2013
» Afghan security forces will soon take over responsibility for the whole of the country, officials said Saturday, a major milestone as the NATO-led war effort winds down after 12 years of fighting.
55. learning | 23 May 2013
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» False news reports spread by hackers gaining access to news agency Twitter accounts have caused the popular web messaging service to tighten its security.
56. learning | 21 Sep 2010
» Recently, Dhurakij Pundit University (DPU), in collaboration with the Association of Social Studies Teachers of Thailand (ASSTT), hosted a conference under the topic "Roles of Social Studies Teachers in the Production of...
57. news | 30 May 2013
» An Egyptian asylum-seeker wanted by Interpol was able to evade the attention of Australian authorities due to a reduction of security screening amid a record boat influx, officials said Thursday.
58. news | 23 Apr 2013
» Security and economic issues will be top of the agenda when leaders of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (Asean) meet in Brunei this week, a diplomatic source said Tuesday.
59. news | 29 May 2013
» US national security officials have approved Japanese telecom giant SoftBank's planned $20-billion takeover of Sprint, the third-largest US mobile carrier, the companies said.
60. news | 05 Jun 2013
» The Foreign Trade Department has installed bio-metric security locks on doors leading to the offices of the director-general and deputies to keep out strangers and deter theft and leaks of documents.