As promised, hacker publishes personal information of 20,000 FBI agents, allegedly stolen from a hacked Department of Justice computer.
Even the most basic personal information can be of interest to hackers.
A last-minute amendment to the EU’s new data protection regulations says teens who want to join Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram need approval from their parents.
The personal data of the company's 4 million customers may be at risk.
The Korean giant moves quickly to allay fears that its recently launched mobile payment service was hacked.
The “Uncarrier” is offering identity theft protection to affected customers.
A researcher wrote a proof-of-concept script he claims could gain access to email addresses, phone numbers, and boarding passes.
“The year is 2016. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has absconded to parts unknown, making off with the data of Facebook's millions of users."
The massive effort follows the killing in December of 150 students and teachers by Taliban militants, who used cellphones registered to a woman with no connection to the attack.
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