Ecuador's President says the road is clear for the WikiLeaks founder to leave because Britain has provided sufficient guarantees that he won't be extradited to face the death penalty abroad.
Shares in Hong Kong's flagship carrier plummet to their lowest level in nearly a decade after it reveals a massive data breach has affected the information of 9.4 million passengers.
Britain and Australia jointly accuse Russian military intelligence of using cyber attacks to sow confusion in everything from sport to transport and the 2016 US presidential election in an effort to undermine Western democracies.
About 50 million Facebook accounts were open to hackers recently, but that's just the start: if you use Facebook to log into other services, those accounts are exposed too, writes Mike Johnston.
The social media giant says hackers have exploited a bug that affected its "View As" feature, which lets people see what their profiles look like to someone else, and left attackers with the power to seize control of user accounts.
China has continued to steal other countries' intellectual property, according to a report out this week, but another cyber security expert says we should be more concerned about legal agreements with the Chinese government.
SA Government shuts down guest access to the land titles registry website after its discovers a single IP address downloaded more than a million local property records.
Teams of tech experts are surrounding the plastic-brick city of Shell Cove in Canberra to simulate how authorities may react if an Australian city was hit by a cyber attack.
Hackers obtain the credit card details of some 380,000 British Airways travellers during a two-week data breach that left the customers vulnerable to financial fraud, the airline says.
Last year's Information Commission report reveals there have already been a number of breaches of the My Health Record system, but the Government maintains no-one's privacy was put at risk.