News Headlines - 13 October 2010

▽Liverpool owners move to block sale - Telegraph.co.uk
Liverpool owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett claim they have won a temporary restraining order from the Texas State District Court preventing the sale of the club and are now seeking 1.6billion US Dollars in damages.

▽Miners' rescue among top Web events - CNN
Between 4 and 5 p.m. ET on Tuesday, online news traffic grew to more than 4 million page views per minute, making the miners' rescue the fifth most-read-about online event since Akamai's Net Usage Index for News debuted in 2005.

▽BTs UK Security Chief Warns Against Massive Invasions of Privacy - ISPReview UK
BT's CSTO, Bruce Schneier, told the conference:
"We are witnessing massive invasions of privacy and businesses are deliberately manipulating this. The CEOs are killing it because technology is changing the balance of privacy. The social norms are being set by businesses with a profit motive.
Individuals should have the rights to see, challenge, delete and control their own private information [and] legislation without enforcement, at an effective level, may as well not exist."

▽Strategic defence review to prioritise cyber security - The Guardian
He said there had already been "significant disruption" to government computers by internet worms" -– both those that had been deliberately targeted and others picked up accidentally. "Cyberspace lowers the bar for entry to the espionage game, both for states and for criminal actors," he told the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS).

▽PlayStation Network gets LOVEFiLM - Metro
Film download service LOVEFiLM is going to be available exclusively via the PlayStation Network. There's no launch date as yet but rumours suggest it could be available as early as November.







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