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Hackers target election website a day after Ghana vote

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Hackers target election website a day after Ghana vote

Hackers have targeted the website of Ghana’s electoral commission ahead of the release of results from a narrowly contested presidential election.
The commission reported the incident on Twitter on Thursday, saying it deplored the “attempt to hack” the site, which

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Suspected cyber attack forces termination of crucial Qantas pilot vote

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A suspected cyber attack has forced the termination of a crucial vote on a new wage deal by Qantas’ long-haul pilots, which the airline wants passed before it will commit to buying a fleet of new planes. The vote on an in-principle agreement struck between Qantas management and the pilots’ union opened on July 10, and was scheduled to close next Sunday. Qantas chief pilot Dick Tobiano​ said the airline’s cyber security team and experts from IBM had begun an investigation after the the ballot was “terminated due to a perceived compromise of the voting process”. Captain Tobiano said the vote would be rescheduled but he did not give exact dates for the new poll in his email to pilots. “We’ve made this decision to ensure that the voting process remains robust, secure and impartial,” he said of the termination of the vote on the new enterprise bargaining agreement. “Elections Australia will also be using an independent IT security expert to carry out an investigation.” To meet its obligations under industrial law, Captain Tobiano said Qantas would be “conducting the whole voting process again” and pilots would receive notice of a new ballot within the next three days. Negotiators from Qantas and the Australian and […]

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For potential White House contenders, NSA vote has 2016 implicationsNational Cyber Security

nationalcybersecurity.com – The split votes of three likely 2016 GOP candidates on a failed National Security Agency reform bill underscore a rift in the Republican Party that could spill over into the presidential primaries….

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For potential White House contenders, NSA vote has 2016 implications

For potential White House contenders, NSA vote has 2016 implications

The split votes of three likely 2016 GOP candidates on a failed National Security Agency reform bill underscore a rift in the Republican Party that could spill over into the presidential primaries. Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas) was one of only […]

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NSA spying bill stalls in Senate vote

WASHINGTON — The Senate on Tuesday failed to get the 60 votes needed to advance a bill that would stop the National Security Agency from collecting the phone records of millions of Americans who are not suspected of any crime. […]

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