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Mozilla is piloting a program with the aim to introduce a feature in Firefox that will notify users when their credentials may have been leaked or stolen in a data breach. In a GitHub repo set up for the initiative, Bengaluru, India-based Mozilla developer Nihanth Subramanya explains the reasons behind the “Breach Alerts Prototype” and […]

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A developer working with Tata Consulting Services in Kolkata, India has leaked troves of internal documents to GitHub, the web-based version control repository and Internet hosting service. Financial institutions whose files were leaked had mixed responses, with some ignoring the notice that their internal files were out in the open for competitors or hackers to use.

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One of the big lessons that we’ve learned in the last ten years is that even little pieces of once disparate data, gathered in a single location, can yield startling truths. With #facebook, that lesson crystallized with the introduction of its Graph Search feature in 2013, when the online world realized – to its horror […]

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