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­.s. Says Transfer of Internet Governance Will Go Ahead on Oct. 1
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­.s. Says Transfer of Internet Governance Will Go Ahead on Oct. 1

The U.S. will move forward with its plan to transfer governance of the Internet domain name system to a multi-stakeholder entity on Oct. 1.

Eu Plans $2b Investment in Cybersecurity Research
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Eu Plans $2b Investment in Cybersecurity Research

The European Union is contributing $500 million to fund research into cybersecurity, and is asking the private sector to contribute an additional $1.5 billion.

Fujitsu Psychology Tool Profiles ­sers for Risk of Cyberattacks
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Fujitsu Psychology Tool Profiles ­sers for Risk of Cyberattacks

Fujitsu researchers are integrating psychology into profiling software to make computer security more personalized. 

The Ietf Needed a Wake-Up Call on Security, Says Chairman
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The Ietf Needed a Wake-Up Call on Security, Says Chairman

Internet Engineering Task Force members are focusing on security and how to protect users from pervasive monitoring in a meeting that began Sunday in London. 

White House Pushes Cybersecurity Framework for Critical Infrastructure
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White House Pushes Cybersecurity Framework for Critical Infrastructure

The White House has released a new cybersecurity framework designed to help critical infrastructure operators create comprehensive cybersecurity programs. 

Survey: Tech Workers Seek Larger Salaries in 2014
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Survey: Tech Workers Seek Larger Salaries in 2014

Among tech workers who anticipate changing employers in 2014, 68 percent listed more compensation as their reason for leaving, according to a recent Dice.com survey...

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Law Enforcement Lobbies Hard For Icann Change

U.S. and U.K. law enforcement officials are lobbying ICANN to impose more stringent regulations on registrars for generic top-level domains.

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Novel Way to Cool Data Centers Passes First Test

A new system that could make the cooling of data centers vastly more efficient has been tested by a team of engineers led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory...

Cheerleader For New Domain Names Defends Icann Plan
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Cheerleader For New Domain Names Defends Icann Plan

A pair of recently released reports, authored by University of Chicago professor Dennis Carlton, says that introducing new top-level domains (TLDs) will not force...

From ACM CareerNews

Tech Companies Pledge to Deal With Shortage of Women Workers

By 2010, there will be an estimated shortfall of 300,000 qualified engineers working in Europe's IT sector. At the same time, fewer than one in five computer scientists...
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