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Nasal Flu Spray Better Than Shot For Young Kids, CDC Panel Says

Needle-phobic kids, rejoice!<p>U.S. health officials say the nasal spray flu vaccine is more effective than a traditional shot for children ages 2 to …

Pig virus shrinks March-May hog herd more than expected

(Reuters) - The U.S. hog herd shrank more than anticipated in the March-May quarter as a deadly pig virus swept through farms, a U.S. Department of Agriculture report showed on Friday.<p>The data also showed that despite higher hog prices in the wake of the deadly Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus …

New, Untreatable Chikungunya Virus In Caribbean Affects 4,600, Worries Tourism Officials

An untreatable mosquito-borne virus is spreading across the Caribbean, and has affected more than 4,600 people in a little over six months, according …

Mongolia plans anti-discrimination laws | Mongolia

<b>Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia -</b> The government here has embarked on a series of sweeping reforms to the country's legal system, including provisions that aim to prevent crimes of hate, bigotry and discrimination.<p>Hate crime has emerged as a serious issue in Mongolia, rising to international prominence in …

US church takes anti-Israel stand

The Presbyterian Church in the US has voted to sell about $17m worth of stock from three American companies working in Israel.<p>Activists say the companies are supporting an unjust occupation of Palestine.<p>Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Detroit.

Scientists At Yale May Have Discovered The Cure For Alopecia Universalis

Someone tell George Costanza to quit using Jerry Seinfeld’s phone to call China, because some scientists at Yale may be putting hair restoration scam artists out of business. According to Yale News, a 25-year old man with alopecia universalis had been the subject of an 8-month trial to test …

Meet the 'NeRD,' the Navy's new e-reader

For cybersecurity reasons, sailors on U.S. Navy vessels can't always use smartphones and tablets. And in the cramped quarters of a submarine, there's little room for shelves full of books.<p>So how is a bookworm sailor supposed to pass the time during those long hours at sea?<p>The Navy has a solution: …

What you really agree to when you click 'accept'

You can spot the words "privacy policy" at the bottom of nearly every website. Don't be fooled. Those policies are more about data collection than privacy.<p>Companies use these policies to alert you to how they track your location, read your emails, spy on your Web browsing -- and sell some of that …

How the NSA can 'turn on' your phone remotely

Even if you power off your cell phone, the U.S. government can turn it back on.<p>That's what ex-spy Edward Snowden revealed in last week's interview with NBC's Brian Williams. It sounds like sorcery. Can someone truly bring your phone back to life without touching it?<p>No. But government spies can get …

Second Chinese military unit linked to hacking

Security researchers have accused a second Chinese military unit of carrying out cyber espionage attacks against foreign corporations.<p>CrowdStrike, a U.S security firm, detailed the allegations in a lengthy report on a People's Liberation Army unit operating in Shanghai.<p>The report comes just weeks …

Talking cars: the next hacking target

In the near future, your car will be equipped with life-saving computer software that can prevent accidents. But that technology also creates a major opening for cyber terrorists.<p>The U.S. government in the next decade will require vehicle-to-vehicle communication, or V2V. Cars will coordinate by …

Meet the guy who just broke TweetDeck

TweetDeck, a popular Twitter app for desktops, has been hacked -- because a 19-year-old computer geek in Austria wanted to use cute, little hearts.<p>On Wednesday, something like an Internet worm quickly spread across the Twitter (TWTR) social media network. It came from a tweet of a "♥" symbol that …

Why you'll keep getting hacked

Don't like getting hacked? Sorry, you'd better get used to it.<p>Every few weeks, we learn about another data breach. It's the privacy world's version of an oil spill. A hacker breaks into a company and grabs a database of our personal details. They're sold on the black market, and the exposure puts …

P.F. Chang's confirms credit data was stolen

P.F. Chang's acknowledged that a "security compromise" of customers' credit and debit card data occurred at some of its restaurants.<p>"We have concluded that data has been compromised," said CEO Rick Federico, in a prepared statement.<p>The admission comes just days after cybersecurity journalist Brian …

Simple tips to avoid getting hacked - Jun. 13, 2014

NEW YORK (CNNMoney)<p>With all the recent news about government surveillance, corporate cybersecurity failures and large-scale hacks, the task of keeping yourself safe online can seem daunting.<p>There's probably no way to completely avoid the NSA if they've got you in their sights, but fortunately, …

Stalker: A creepy look at you, online

While you were having a latte and hunting for a Tinder date on your local coffee shop's open Wi-Fi, you were giving away your personal information.<p>Want to know how much? Stalker will tell you.<p>Stalker is a tool created by security firm Immunity Inc. to demonstrate the hazards of connecting to …

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Cops can access your connected home data

Your lights are off and your doors are locked, but if you've got a "smart home" system, you may be offering cops a window into your house.<p>Smart home technology is the latest craze among big tech and telecom companies, which are rolling out products that allow people to remotely control things like …

'I made Obama's BlackBerry'

It was a rough day at the NSA in 2008 when President Obama asked for a smartphone.<p>"It just really bothered a lot of people -- nobody wanted to put anything out there that wasn't completely secure," said retired NSA technical director Richard "Dickie" George in an interview with CNNMoney.<p>George's …

Google fielding 'take-down requests' after privacy ruling

Google is already receiving demands from people to remove links from its search results just days after Europe's highest court said people worried about their privacy have the "right to be forgotten" on the Internet.<p>The European Court of Justice on Tuesday found Google and other search engines …

Shame on SnapChat, Skype for security breach

Over the past week, two popular Internet messaging companies, SnapChat and Skype, were hacked. SnapChat's 4.6 million users' user names and cell phone numbers were posted online. A hacker group posted messages to Skype's official blog and social media accounts.<p>These are just the latest in a long …

Website offers bounty for iPhone 5S hack

Nothing tempts hackers quite like a high-profile new target.<p>A website is offering a bounty of more than $16,000 in cash and other prizes for the first person to successfully hack the Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the new iPhone 5S.<p>The site, IsTouchIDHackedYet, was created by Nick DePetrillo, an …

California's drought getting even worse, experts say

California's drought conditions have worsened over the past week with the percentage of the state suffering from the highest category increasing, the National Weather Service said Thursday.<p>"Exceptional" drought conditions have spread in Central California since a week ago, weather officials said. …