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Facebook will stop mining contacts with your 2FA number

Facebook clearly likes to use as much of your personal data as it feels it can, and that includes the…

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Top Zero Days, Data Breaches and Security Stories of 2019: News Wrap

The administrator of your personal data will be Threatpost, Inc., 500 Unicorn Park, Woburn, MA 01801. Detailed information on the…

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10 Mobile AppSec Predictions for 2020

Every year the NowSecure team makes predictions about developments in mobile application security that we expect to occur in the…

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Don’t fall for this porn scam – even if your password’s in the subject!

This “I am well aware” email is just another sextortion scam where crooks try to blackmail you with a video…

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Facebook will target ads based on your Oculus VR data

If you’re logged into Facebook, it will suck up information such as which apps you use to provide “relevant content,…

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US parents file class action against TikTok over children’s privacy

Collecting children’s data without their guardians’ consent is illegal under COPPA and already earned TikTok a huge fine. . US…

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Face scanning – privacy concern or identity protection?

What issues would face scanning attached to a mobile device resolve and, if used correctly, would it make the incursion…

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DHS Plans to Expand Facial Recognition Border Checks

Now all travelers to and from the U.S. – even if they are U.S. citizens – will be subject to…

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SMS company exposes millions of text messages, credentials online

Researchers at VpnMentor claim that the TrueDialog data leak exposure could have compromised tens of millions of people. . SMS…

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