Webwire: Bloggers blast France Web ruling; Adobe patches Gmail attack flaw

French bloggers have ridiculed a regulatory decision to restrict news anchors from mentioning specific sites including Facebook and Twitter when directing the audience to online story updates.
Adobe has patched a cross-site scripting vulnerability in Flash that was exploited by hackers attacking Google’s Gmail service.
The UK's Virgin group plans to launch an own-brand MVNO in countries across Latin America in partnership with Tribe Mobile. The pair will jointly invest $300 million (€204 million) over five years.
The FBI has used threats of hefty jail terms to turn a quarter of US hackers into informants.
The UK’s attorney general warns that people who break privacy injunctions on social media sites face prosecution for contempt of court in England and Wales.
An official Chinese news outlet has warned that Google's business could be harmed after the search firm accused the country of orchestrating phishing attacks on Gmail.

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