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'19Jan
28

Hacks and Facts: 10 Things to Know About Data Privacy

LONDON —  From hackers exposing private information online to the handling of users' data by internet giants, online privacy has become a matter of growing concern for countries, companies and people alike. On...
'19Jan
28

On Data Privacy Day, here's a reminder that you have none - CNET

In 2018, there were 1,244 publicly reported data breaches affecting US companies and consumers. Those breaches exposed more than 446 million records. That's according to the Identity Theft Resource Center, a...
'19Jan
28

Appeals court to hear case of reporter alleging surveillance

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — When Sharyl Attkisson first began hearing clicking sounds on her phone and her computers started turning on and off in the middle of the night, she thought it was a technical glitch that could...
'19Jan
28

69 percent of employees share passwords with colleagues

According to a new study, 69 percent of respondents admit to sharing passwords with others in the workplace, and 51 percent reuse an average of five passwords across their business and personal accounts.The study...
'19Jan
28

‘Human F***ing Garbage’: Veterans, Strangers Defend Cancer Patient After Border Wall GoFundMe Founder Doxxed Her

Triple-amputee Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage, the founder of the viral $20 million border wall GoFundMe campaign, doxxed a retired woman suffering from cancer in 2013 over a fake Facebook post. Kolfage issued a...
'19Jan
27

Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke

Home|World|Africa| Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke...
'19Jan
27

Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke

Home|World|Africa| Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke...
'19Jan
26

Is the world economy on a slippery slope?

Every year, the world's most influential leaders meet at the World Economic Forum to talk about the biggest challenges facing the planet. But this year's gathering was notable for those who didn't make it to the...
'19Jan
26

International undercover agents target Toronto-based digital rights group Citizen Lab

The Canadian researchers who reported that Israeli software was used to spy on Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi's inner circle before his gruesome death are being targeted in turn by international...
'19Jan
25

Mark Zuckerberg plans to integrate WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger

NEW YORK TIMES / 2017 Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive of Facebook, speaks at a conference in San Jose, Calif. Facebook plans to integrate the technical infrastructure for WhatsApp,...

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