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U.S. says hackers probed voting systems, no sign of damage

Hackers have probed the voting systems of many U.S. states but there is no sign that they have manipulated any voting data, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said on Saturday.

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German lawyer makes hate-speech complaint against Facebook

FRANKFURT German prosecutors are again considering whether to press charges against Mark Zuckerberg and other Facebook executives for failing to staunch a tide of racist and threatening posts on the social network during an influx of migrants into Europe.

Facebook Sep 30 2016

India gets $8 billion worth telecoms spectrum bids on auction's first day

MUMBAI India started its biggest ever telecoms airwaves auction on Saturday, receiving 535.31 billion rupees ($8.04 billion) worth of bids on the first day of the sale, a senior government official said.

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Qualcomm to fight EU antitrust charge at November 10 hearing: sources

BRUSSELS U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm will attempt to fend off EU antitrust charges at a hearing on Nov. 10 that it used anti-competitive methods to squeeze out a rival, two people familiar with the matter said on Friday.

Sep 30 2016

Avast not done with deal-making after AVG buy, but no rush

PRAGUE Avast Software, maker of the world's most popular computer antivirus program, will need a year to absorb its $1.3 billion buy of rival AVG but may seek further acquisitions before an expected flotation, its chief executive said in an interview.

Deals, Cybersecurity Sep 30 2016

Accounting software maker BlackLine files for IPO

Accounting software maker BlackLine Inc filed for an initial public offering with U.S. securities regulators on Friday, looking to ride on the recent success of technology offerings in a relatively quiet year for IPOs.

Deals Sep 30 2016