Brits embrace Netflix; Arcep gets back its bite

> John McAfee, the founder of security company McAfee, told a hacker conference he is ditching his smartphones, due to security concerns. Report

> Smartphones and other devices connected to PCs via USB can be used to infect the computer with malicious code, researchers in Germany said. Article

> One in 10 British households has now subscribed to Netflix, as the streaming film and TV services company breaks the 3 million subscriber barrier. Article

> French telecoms regulator Arcep has officially regained its bite after the French government restores its sanctioning powers. Article

And finally...Even monkeys take selfies, it seems. However, in this case it has led to a copyright dispute between the photographer who arranged the camera set-up and Wikipedia. Article

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