Wed, 17 Oct 2012 6:16a.m.
A British computer hacker's struggle to avoid trial in the US over breaches of military and NASA networks ended in success.
Read the full story »
Post a Comment
Before commenting, please take the time to read our moderation guide
(Won't be published)
20/10/2012 12:02:42 p.m.
I'm just not going to argue with Drongos!
19/10/2012 8:22:14 p.m.
Who then wrote:
Nigel. Every person must have the power to lead each their own life. When each and every person has the power to be in charge of each his or her own self, each showing respect for each other's ability to do so, dependence on a remote super-power becomes obsolete.
17/10/2012 11:54:42 a.m.
If not the Americans, who then K ?
A newspaper report that British eavesdropping agency GCHQ repeatedly hacked into foreign diplomats' phones and emails has prompted an angry response.
According to scientists, Prince William could be the first British monarch to have Indian ancestry.
A voracious Colorado wildfire driven in all directions by shifting winds has killed two people and destroyed at least 360 homes.
Britain will start regulating electronic cigarettes and other products containing nicotine as medicines, according to the country's top regulator.
While whistling may be annoying for some people, ...
A Kiwi priest who struggled against apartheid says...
After weeks of sometimes violent confrontation wit...
A man described as a "lava art craft worker" doesn...
Copyright © 2013 MediaWorks TV. All Rights Reserved.