News Headlines - 01 November 2015

Sinai plane crash: Search widens for bodies and debris - BBC News

Teams investigating the fate of a Russian airliner which crashed in Egypt's Sinai peninsula on Saturday killing all 224 on board have widened their search for bodies and debris.
So far 163 bodies have been found but the search area was extended to 15km (9 miles) after some were located away from the main wreck of the Airbus 321.

Theresa May rules out keeping web browsing data - BBC News

Security agencies will not be given powers to look at a suspect's website browsing history under new laws, Home Secretary Theresa May has said.
She also told the BBC that companies would not be banned from encrypting data, as she prepares to present a new security bill to Parliament this week.
The bill will allow agencies to see who has spoken to whom, and when.

Facebook to alter controversial 'real name' policy - Telegraph

However, the policy has seen many users suspended from Facebook despite using authentic names, with online trolls taking advantage of it to report sections of users.

Ghosts in the machine: the real hackers hiding behind the cliches of TalkTalk and Mr Robot | The Guardian

This week’s tabloid headlines about the teenager who allegedly broke into TalkTalk’s website invoked the usual formula: reclusive, antisocial, young, male. But hackers are more complicated than that – and the people pursuing them say the stereotype is a problem

All Blacks make history with third Rugby World Cup win after thrashing Wallabies | Daily Mail Online

The All Blacks became the first team to win back to back World Cups and the first side to win the competition three times as they triumphed over Australia at Twickenham.
World Cup organisers are celebrating the culmination of the most successful tournament in its 28-year history: 97 percent of tickets have been sold - 2.4 million - and hundreds of thousands of foreign fans have flown in for matches.








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