Apple addresses app security threat; Telecom Egypt chairman resigns

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> Mohamed Salem, chairman of Telecom Egypt, resigned after a new government was sworn in by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Waleed Gad has now been appointed to the position. Reuters article

> Apple removed malicious iPhone and iPad programmes identified in the first large-scale attack on the iOS App Store. Reuters article

> Facebook's 'like' button is a victim of iOS 9 ad blocking apps. Wall Street Journal article

> Volkswagen, Allianz, Bayer and BASF plan to launch a cyber security joint venture in 2016. Bloomberg report

And finally...Why tablets in restaurants can be a recipe for disaster. Guardian article

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