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9am News Alerts from Silicon RepublicSilicon Republic Silicon Republic is a leading source for technology, science and start-up news, information and resources for people who are passionate about STEM. in the 04/15/2016 edition:

Squishing privacy: do Canadian police have a backdoor into BlackBerry?

Apr 15, 2016 08:56 am

Canada’s federal police agency is understood to have a global encryption key for BlackBerry devices since 2010, when the company formerly known as RIM was at the zenith of its success.

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WHO and CDC confirm Zika causes birth defects

Apr 15, 2016 08:51 am

While it was widely considered to be the case, the spread of the Zika virus from Brazil to other parts of the world has been officially linked to cases of birth defects in babies born by mothers infected with the virus.

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20 exciting Uprise start-ups to watch out for

Apr 15, 2016 08:50 am

Uprise’s third start-up festival returns to Amsterdam from 20 April, gathering European founders, entrepreneurs, academics, businesspeople and the general public for a two-day event.

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Apple may rename OS X as MacOS in keeping with overall brand strategy

Apr 15, 2016 08:07 am

Apple could be about to rebrand its Mac operating software as MacOS, signalling an end to the OS X generation and ushering in a next generation OS for Macs.

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Single-atom magnet breakthrough could create tiny hard drives

Apr 15, 2016 08:00 am

The future of data storage could be miniaturised to the point of being almost invisible following a breakthrough development of a magnet comprised of just one atom by a team of Swiss researchers.

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Microsoft sues US government over data snooping requests

Apr 15, 2016 07:31 am

Microsoft’s data centres in Ireland could be back in the eye of the storm as the software giant sues the US government over secret requests to seize emails.

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Netflix reveals which Irish ISPs are best to stream its content

Apr 14, 2016 05:44 pm

In its latest monthly update for Ireland, the Netflix ISP Speed Index has shown some good news for Virgin Media which has risen to be the provider with the top average speed for Netflix shows in the country.

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They could be heroes – interview with D4H’s Robin Blandford

Apr 14, 2016 05:38 pm

For first responders in disasters or emergencies anywhere in the world, technology developed in Ireland is accompanying them on the front line. Welcome to the daring world of Robin Blandford’s D4H Technologies.

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Leaders’ Insights: John Colgan, Solgari

Apr 14, 2016 04:23 pm

John Colgan is the CEO and co-founder of Solgari.

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After 4 years, EU Parliament passes new data protection rules

Apr 14, 2016 01:39 pm

It’s been almost four years since proceedings began to agree new data protection rules within the EU, but the European Parliament has now passed new rules to help develop the digital single market.

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