Saudi Arabia reportedly asked Twitter employee to spy on dissidents

Twitter sent safety alerts to dozens of the accounts Alzabarah had checked, some of which either fostered activism or might have been critical of the Saudi regime. The mix included policy… Read the original post: Saudi Arabia reportedly asked Twitter employee to spy on dissidents No input file...

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WSJ: Facebook believes spammers were behind its massive data breach

Facebook eventually said that about 30 million people actually had their login tokens stolen (you can see if your account was among them by checking this page), and said that the attackers took… See more here: WSJ: Facebook believes spammers were behind its massive data breach No input file...

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WSJ: Facebook believes spammers were behind its massive data breach

Facebook eventually said that about 30 million people actually had their login tokens stolen (you can see if your account was among them by checking this page), and said that the attackers took… See the original post: WSJ: Facebook believes spammers were behind its massive data breach No input file...

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How Intel’s first Chief Security Officer is reshaping the chip giant

Intel is still reeling from the fallout of the Spectre and Meltdown CPU vulnerabilities, which affected the entire PC industry, including competitors like AMD and ARM. While most companies were… Read more: How Intel’s first Chief Security Officer is reshaping the chip giant No input file...

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US Senators ask India’s PM to rethink strict data localization plans

An Indian publication recently reported that at least 15 payment giants, including Visa and Mastercard, have yet to comply with RBI’s demands. Possibly because the central banking institution’s… Excerpt from: US Senators ask India’s PM to rethink strict data localization plans No input file...

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