The battle over control of the internet pathways - and who has rights to customer data - rages on.
Four people have been arrested in the U.K. and charged with running a tech support scam posing as Microsoft technical support personnel.
On Monday, the companies announced they were joining together to form the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, which is intended to make their "hosted consumer services hostile to terrorists and violent extremists."
A ransomware attack in mid-April resulted in the compromise of customer and employee data at Airway Oxygen, a Grand Rapids, Mich.-based provider of home medical equipment.
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- Breach of U.K.'s Debenhams site impacts 26K
- 20K notified of data breach at healthcare network Lifespan
- Data on 3.2K patients exposed at Vanderbilt University Medical Center
- Data exposed of 15K clients of New Hampshire DHHS
- Breach at Peachtree Orthopedics impacted 531K, report
- Japan's Shiheido cosmetics firm hit with breach
- Chicago Public School data improperly shared
- Data breach hits Whitehead Nursing Home in Northern Ireland
- Records exposed of 650K patients at Bon Secours
- Children's National Health System breached, data of 4K patients compromised
- Data on 1K staffers and students at Kentucky State University exposed
- Georgia office leaks data on six million voters
- Florida medical center hit with breach for third time in two years
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