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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by Justin Mason tagged germany

data retention in Germany revealed via FOI: 'in a six-month period — from Aug 31, 2009, to Feb. 28, 2010, Deutsche Telekom had recorded and saved his longitude and latitude coordinates more than 35,000 times. It traced him from a train on the way to Erlangen at the start through to that last night, when he was home in Berlin.'

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'With the price of bread running into billions a loaf the German people [...] had to get used to counting in thousands of billions. This, according to some German physicians, brought on a new nervous disease known as "zero stroke," or "cipher stroke" [...] The persons afflicted with the malady are perfectly normal, except "for a desire to write endless rows of ciphers and engage in computations more involved than the most difficult problems in logarithms."' (via Joe Drumgoole)

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'Matthias Merx, the firm's managing director, told heise online that following a voltage drop, something happened in D-Trust's "Trustcenter" that does occasionally occur. "The [hardware security module] independently deleted the data [including the root CA private key] because it suspected an attack."'

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"what the Australian government's secret ACMA internet censorship blacklist has to do with Germany is a mystery. This case is a prime example of multiple governments collaborating in support of censorship." worrying.

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in 2006, T-Mobile lost data on 17m customers, but noted that they could find no evidence of misuse or compromise, so made no public announcement -- until last weekend, when _Der Spiegel_ discovered this data for sale online. so much for keeping it quiet. another argument for compulsory breach disclosure

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a detailed step-by-step process of how the CCC made 4,000 fake fingerprints of Germany's Secretary of the Interior

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namely, those of the German Minister of the Interior, Wolfgang Schäuble. brilliant, and hilarious hack!

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180 German police seized 68 moving boxes of computer equipment: 'primary offenses included MP3 / MP4 [patent] infringement, along with unregistered CD, DVD-R and DVD playback devices'. mental

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under German law, it is a legal requirement to either 'reject before SMTP's DATA transaction, or quarantine', apparently

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