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Australian government slams Optus for cybersecurity breach

Australian government slams Optus for cybersecurity breach

MELBOURNE, Oct 2 (Reuters) – The Australian government on Sunday levelled its harshest criticism yet against Optus, the second-biggest telecoms company, for a cybersecurity breach that affected the equivalent of 40% of the country’s population. The government blamed Optus, owned by Singapore Telecommunications (STEL.SI), for the breach, which affected 10 million accounts, urging the company …

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Unlock Your iPhone's Power Sounds to Hear Shutdown and Bootup Chimes Every Time You Turn Off and Restart Your Device

Unlock Your iPhone’s Power Sounds to Hear Shutdown and Bootup Chimes Every Time You Turn Off and Restart Your Device « iOS & iPhone :: Gadget Hacks

When you shut down, boot up, or restart your iPhone, it never makes a sound. Many computers and Android devices do, so why can’t your iPhone? Well, some of you may never need to ask that question again. There’s a hidden setting on iOS 16 that gives you a chime sound every time …

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Chinese billionaire Richard Liu settles US rape allegation

Chinese billionaire Richard Liu settles US rape allegation

Chinese billionaire and JD.com founder Richard Liu agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by a former University of Minnesota student who alleged he raped her in her Minneapolis apartment after a night of dinner and drinks with wealthy Chinese executives in 2018, attorneys for both sides announced late Saturday. A settlement amount was not disclosed. Richard Liu, …

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The Quick Phone Repair stall at the entry of Broad Street Mall in Reading town centre. Picture: Local Democracy Reporting Service

Mobile repair store to leave Reading’s Broad St Mall after notice given – Reading Today Online

A MOBILE phone repair stall is to leave Reading’s Broad St Mall at the end of the month, and its operators have said the decision is ‘unfair and unethical’. Deepak Dhall, 37, and partner Harjinderpal Singh have run the Quick Phone Repair stall at the entrance to the mall since September 2019. The couple said …

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