SecurityAfter six years and over one billion dollars in development, the FBI has just announced that its new biometric facial recognition software system is finally complete.Documents shows that the Australian New South Wales police force has spent millions on licenses for the FinFisher spy- and malware tools.Snowden: NSA Working On "MonsterMind," a program to monitor all network traffic and detect attacks, responding with a counterattack automatically.Personal data including text messages, contact lists and photos can be extracted from iPhones through previously unpublicized techniques by Apple Inc employees, the company acknowledged.Obama administration says the world's servers are ours. A company with operations in the United States must comply with valid warrants for data, even if the content is stored overseas.Australian Government Seeks To Boost Spy Agencies' Powers under new legislation to be introduced within a fortnight.eBay hacked, requests all users change passwords. Hack is believed to have impacted 110 million customers and left personal information -- including names, mailing addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, DOB etc open to hackers.EU court backs 'right to be forgotten'. The European Union Court of Justice said links to "irrelevant" and outdated data should be erased on request.The NSA routinely receives routers, servers, and other computer network devices being exported from the US.Serious security flaw in OAuth, OpenID discovered. Attackers can use the "Covert Redirect" vulnerability in both open-source log-in systems to steal your data and redirect you to unsafe sites.American Judge Claims Jurisdiction Over Data Stored In Other Countries. Microsoft fought back, saying, 'A U.S. prosecutor cannot obtain a U.S. warrant to search someone's home located in another country'Australia is in the middle of a parliamentary inquiry examining telecommunications interception laws. Law enforcement organisations are using this to resurrect the idea of a scheme for mandatory data retention by telcos and ISPsAustralian law enforcement body is pushing for rules that would force telcos help with decryption of communications.