John Lawler, the CEO of the Australian Crime Commission, has spoken about the serious threat of online crime in today's highly tech-savvy world, something that extends all the way to the iPhone.
It's rarely that Australia's main public broadcaster, the ABC, dips its feet into the technology arena. And when it does, it often ends up as it did last night, with much hype and little substance.
The 2011 versions of AVG's free and paid security suites have arrived, set to further cement AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition's popularity, propel LinkScanner into greater use on PCs and Macs, increase retail sales of AVG's 2011 Internet Security and new PC tune-up software while convincing more users of the free editions to upgrade to paid versions. AVG's future looks well above average!
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Lets hope for a Biden win in November for the worlds sake including Assange's.
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