SAS, the Scandinavian airline, files for bankruptcy protection after pilots strike.

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China’s police preside over an extensive surveillance system, but protecting data often falls to local officials with little experience overseeing data security. Alex Plavevski/EPA, via ShutterstockIn what may be one of the largest known breaches of Chinese personal data, a hacker has offered to sell a Shanghai police database that could contain information on perhaps…

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