Frustration over ‘Splatoon 2’ cheating leads to leaderboard hack

The cheating has varied, but has typically revolved around unlimited ink (what you use to attack enemies and claim territory), ink that suddenly covers large portions of the map, overpowered… More here: Frustration over ‘Splatoon 2’ cheating leads to leaderboard...

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The best VPN service

What you should do before considering a VPNMost people leave their privacy and security vulnerable in ways that are easier to fix with methods other than signing up for a VPN—methods that are… See the article here: The best VPN service

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MLB is bringing biometric ticketing to select ballparks

Clear already works with nine MLB clubs, allowing fans to use their fingerprints to get through security lines more quickly. The company says it will also soon be introducing biometric-powered… See the original post: MLB is bringing biometric ticketing to select...

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Marketers collected personal info from closed Facebook groups

Downing consulted a security researcher about the discovery who found that closed Facebook groups had a privacy loophole allowing Grouply.io to gain access to their information. The researcher,… Read this article: Marketers collected personal info from closed Facebook...

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California mall owner’s license plate readers send info to ICE

The Irvine Company has installed automatic license plate readers (ALPRs) at “one or more” of its shopping malls in the city, according to its privacy policy, which notes that the information… View original post here: California mall owner’s license plate readers send info to...

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