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A Federal Trade Commission attempt to rein in a poorly secured IoT device is raising questions over whether the U.S. regulator has the power to crack down on vendors suspected of shoddy practices. On Thursday, the FTC filed a complaint against Taiwanese manufacturer D-Link Systems that charged the company’s internet routers and web cameras can […]

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Edward Majerczyk, a 28-year-old from Chicago, pleaded guilty to hacking the Apple iCloud and Gmail accounts of over 300 people, including celebrities from the entertainment industry, the Department of Justice, Central District of California, said Friday. The man violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act by launching phishing schemes between November 2013 and August 2014 […]

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A Belgian appeals court has overturned an earlier ruling that said Facebook must stop tracking users in the country or face a $277,000 daily fine. The Belgium Privacy Commission announced Thursday that the case had been thrown out because the social media network’s European servers are in Ireland, not Belgium. Read More

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