During its probe of a breach that prompted the company to deauthenticated 21 million user accounts, Timehop discovered that hackers had stolen birthdates as well as gender and country information.
The social media giant seemed resigned to taking its medicine, admitting that it should have more thoroughly investigated claims about Cambridge Analytica.
Twitter's efforts may have been responsible for a Monday stock plunge but experts said the company is striking a balance between cost and risk.
It seems that for nearly 18 months Stylish collected information about users' web-browsing histories.
ZTE tapped Xu Ziyang as CEO, replacing Zhao Xianming, and other executives, in an attempt to comply with the terms of a settlement that would lift a seven-year ban imposed by the U.S. in April.
The man reportedly damaged his fingers so he couldn't be easily identified, compelling authorities to use facial recognition software, according to reports.
The much-anticipated law will be the strictest of its kind in the U.S.
In his opinion, Judge Raymond Kethledge, a potential candidate to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court, said that while the content of a phone call is inherently private, metadata such as cell tower site data is not.
Biometrics screening will shorten lines at security, Customs and Border Patrol officials said.
In May Sen. Ron Wyden asked the FCC to investigate the wireless carriers that allow law enforcement to have "unrestricted access to the location data" of their customers.
The newest indictments against Joshua Adam Schulte supersedes previous indictments for the transmission of what came to known as the Vault 7 releases.
Cambridge Analytica's former head of product, now, along with at least three other former employees, are doing similar voting and polling analytics work for the Republican National Committee but deny working for Trump 2020.
USB Restricted Mode will close a long-standing loophole and make it more difficult for law enforcement to access the contents of iPhones.
Cambridge Analytica exec met with Assange in 2017 to discuss election, donated cryptocurrency to WikiLeaks
Brittany Kaiser, a director at the data analytics company, told friends she visited Assange on February 17, 2017, and also had donated to the whistleblower site via cryptocurrency.
The bank investigated the incident, which occurred last year, finding that 651 internal emails were sent to cba.com instead of cba.com.au.
Wide open Apache Airflow server at Universal Music Group contractor exposes FTP, SQL, AWS credentials
Researchers at the Kromtech Security Center, who discovered the unprotected server, said that because Airflow is wide open by default, organizations need to take steps to safeguard servers.
Information on insurance policies as well as health, medical and financial data were accessible by the public because no password was required.
Stone sought emails pertaining to Clinton's involvement in an alleged 2011 failed peace deal with Libya, according to a September 2016 email from Stone to New York radio personality Randy Credico.
During routine security monitoring, the company, whose clients include Fortune 500 firms, discovered that an unauthorized third party had infiltrated its systems and stolen PII.
While Barack Obama's Blackberry use was restricted during his presidency and former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton was pilloried for using her private smart device for work purposes, President Trump still wields at least two two devices issued to him by the government.
Anyone who ran across the exposed server could access Apple IDs, user ID and passwords stored in plaintext.
The hacker at the very least snatched a spreadsheet that housed 2,800 logins and passwords.
Joshua Adam Schulte has not yet been charged with leaking classified information but is being held in the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York after being indicted for possession of child pornography.