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Norway Rounds Up Alleged International Teenaged Cybervillains

May 10, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Today in international tech news: A pair of teenagers are arrested in Norway for cyberattacks on, among others, Britain’s Serious Organized Crime Agency and Germany’s Bild newspaper. Elsewhere, India mulls a retroactive tax bill that could net the nation $3.75 billion from Vodaphone, Twitter is aflutter with false Margaret Thatcher news, and the Netherlands, once again, orders ISPs to block The Pirate Bay.

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