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


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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