Booting Up: Cruisin’ for an Intrusion Edition

(Brooklyn Museum via Flickr)

Global Payments network intrusion may have resulted in the theft of up to 1.5 million credit card numbers [TechCrunch]

British activists and lawmakers protest proposed legislation that would allow security and intelligence services to eavesdrop on all citizens’ communications [The New York Times]

Internet Explorer 9 gains ground after years of losing browser market share [CNET]

Private trading platform SecondMarket cuts staff by ten percent as Facebook IPO nears [The Wall Street Journal]

Ashton Kutcher will play Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic? [Variety]

Michigan teacher’s aide sues school district after being fired for refusing to give up Facebook password [Huffington Post]


Booting Up: Cruisin’ for an Intrusion Edition