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Bad news: your car is a spy. Every major car brand failed a recent privacy and security test from Mozilla. You’re probably driving around in a “privacy nightmare” that may collect information as sensitive as your race, health status, and sexual activity.
A group of China-backed hackers stole a key allowing access to U.S. government emails. One big mystery solved, but several questions remain.
Beware of impostor apps in the Google Play Store. Fake Telegram apps have been stealing data from millions of Android users.
The Dunghill Leak group claimed it has stolen 1.3 terabytes from the travel booking giant, including employee data and passports.
The ticketing giant disclosed another data breach affecting customers’ credit card information – the second time in the past 12 months.
The ShinyHunters hacking group has claimed that in the last couple of months it has stolen more than 30 million customer order records from Pizza Hut Australia, alongside information on more than one million customers.
Meta will kill off Facebook’s News tab in the UK, France and Germany in early December. Unlike in Canada, publishers can still share news on the platform in those countries.
The Dutch chipmaker said it alerted customers to a data breach impacting personal information related to their online NXP account.
La firme de Redmond travaille sur une nouvelle option de copier-coller pour les URL, enrichie d’un aperçu Web. Seul problème, cette fonctionnalité testée en interne nécessiterait l’envoi de l’URL copiée sur les serveurs de Microsoft, au détriment de la confidentialité de l’utilisateur.
TikTok has opened its first data center in Dublin, Ireland, as the company aims to ease Europe’s concerns about its ties to China.
Simon Byrne faced backlash over FoI blunder, plus claims officers were ‘punished’ to appease Sinn Féin
LockBit ransomware gang steals data related to security of UK military bases, due to unpatched Windows 7 PC
An attack by the notorious LockBit ransomware gang stole 10 GB of data from a company that provides high-security fencing for military bases.
The University of Sydney (USYD) has announced it has suffered a data breach through a third-party service provider, exposing the personal data of recently applied and enrolled international applicants.
The Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection (IMY) has fined Trygg-Hansa 35 million Swedish krona ($3,000,000) for exposing the sensitive data of hundreds of thousands of customers on its online portal.
Freecycle, an online forum dedicated to exchanging used items rather than trashing them, confirmed a massive data breach that affected more than 7 million users.
A data breach and a court ruling have piled pressure on a police force that was founded on a promise to move past sectarian strife.