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Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Mumford's AFL comeback still possible

Bosnich on Mumford: Cocaine almost killed me

English commentator's brave Winx takedown

Court filing: Verizon and Altaba agree to pay $50M in damages and up to $37.5M in legal fees to settle with Yahoo users affected by the 2013 breach (Michael Liedtke/Associated Press)

Multiple Apple iCloud services are experiencing an extended outage, with some users reporting problems accessing apps and services like Notes and Find My iPhone (Nick Statt/The Verge)

Snapchat says it helped more than 400K US users register to vote during a recent two-week period, following an in-app push to encourage registration (Cecilia Kang/New York Times)

FireEye says it has linked Triton malware that inadvertently shut down a Saudi petrochemical plant in 2017 to a Russian government-owned research institute (Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai/Motherboard)

Faf braced for 'hostile' Aussie crowds

Amazon spent $3.63M on lobbying in Q3, up from $3.47M in Q2, as it seeks a big Pentagon contract; Google spent $5.46M, up 30%+ YoY, while Facebook spent $2.82M (Ben Brody/Bloomberg)

Records tumble as England humiliated