Verizon to buy Yahoo for $4.8B; Snowden designs anti-hacking smartphone case

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> Verizon agreed to buy Yahoo's operating business for $4.8 billion (€4.4 billion). Verizon release

> Edward Snowden designed a smartphone case that informs users when their device has been hacked. BBC News article

> FCC chairman Tom Wheeler called on U.S. operators to provide consumers with technology to block unsolicited automated calls. Reuters report

> Ofcom tipped to stop short of ordering BT to separate its Openreach infrastructure division when it unveils new rules for the business this week. Telegraph report

And finally…Never lose your car again. Sydney Morning Herald article

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