Europe’s largest airliner in terms of passengers, Ryanair, has had $5 million siphoned from one of its bank accounts.

China has dropped major tech brands from its state purchasing lists, a move that could either lead to innovation or disaster.
A new NSA spying scandal is emerging from the woodwork, highlighting the scale of cyberwars.
The mobile phone company said 29 governments from Albania to the U.K. asked for access to its network or user data.
A group of technology companies, including Facebook Inc., Google Inc. and Apple Inc., opposed the bill because of what it called an “unacceptable loophole that could enable the bulk collection of Internet users’ data.”
The breaking of the latest National Security Agency scandal practically guarantees there will be no justice for silver and gold investors from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.