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Xiaomi Mi Fan Festival kicks off in India with discounts, INR1 flash sales, and more

Xiaomi’s Mi Fan Festival in India has kicked off, and it will go on until April 6. As a

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Security From The Top Down And Bottom Up

Every organization wants a robust security practice, a deep understanding of

Russia’s parliament votes to unplug internet from world

Russian Duma deputies on Tuesday overwhelmingly supported a bill allowing Russia

Internet censorship around the world: All you need to know

The pro-democracy think tank Freedom House published a report in late 2018 that

Microsoft discloses security breach that impacted some Outlook accounts

On Friday, Microsoft sent out notification emails to some users informing

Internet Archive denies hosting ‘terrorist’ content

The Internet Archive has been hit with 550 “false” demands to

Tiger Woods shrugs off collision with security guard saying ‘accidents happen’

 Tiger Woods hops through the crowd after the collision with a

Boeing CEO says two-thirds of MAX customers have tested software fix

DALLAS: Boeing Co Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg said on Thursday that 67% of

In poll-bound areas, ‘different’ security bandobast this time

Unlike the elections held here previously, the security arrangements across the

Centre Compromised On National Security: Left Parties On Rafale Deal Verdict

Top Court will examine secret, leaked documents on the Rafale fighter

Acting No. 2 at Homeland Security latest to leave department

Washington (CNN)The acting deputy secretary of Homeland Security is leaving the

Karl Lagerfeld, iconic Chanel fashion designer, dies

Media captionHis pet cat, Choupette, has amassed hundreds of thousands of

Could We Blow Up the Internet?

About six years ago, when I told people I was writing a