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Under the new rules passed by China’s top legislative body, state and private entities handling personal information will be required to reduce data collection and obtain user consent. The Chinese state security apparatus will maintain access to swathes of personal data, however. Beijing has long been accused of harnessing big tech to accelerate repression in […]

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The suit charged that Zoom’s sharing of users’ personal data with Facebook, Google and LinkedIn was a breach of privacy for millions. While Zoom denied wrongdoing, it did agree to improve its security practices. The settlement needs to be approved by US District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, California. A Zoom spokesman told AFP: […]

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When preparing a targeted attack against a company, attackers sometimes resort to dumpster-diving, hoping to find useful information. In real life they won’t stumble across 50 valid passwords in a trash can, Hackers style, but cybercriminals can still find a lot of useful intel in company trash. What shouldn’t go in the garbage Even the […]

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