A religious publication used data from a smartphone to determine the sexual orientation of a Roman Catholic official. This revealed a problem beyond the debate about church doctrine and priestly celibacy. There are few restrictions in the U.S. on what...
Kaseya, a Florida company whose software was exploited during the catastrophic Fourth of July weekend ransomware attacks, has been issued a universal key which will allow them to decrypt all of the over 1,000 public and private organizations that...
The Data Protection Authority of the Netherlands said Thursday that TikTok was fined 750,000 euros ($885,000) because it did not provide a privacy statement. This is because many children who use the video-sharing app will be unable understand the...
After reports that his phone and the phones of ministers were being targeted by spyware, French President Emmanuel Macron called an emergency cybersecurity meeting. Macron uses his phone regularly, and he is "taking it very seriously," Gabriel Attal, a government...
Joe Biden, President of the United States, tempered his assertion that social media giants "kill people" for misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines. He said Monday that he hoped that they wouldn't take it "personally" but instead would save lives. Facebook and...
Biden's administration and its allies in the West officially blamed China Monday for the large hack of Microsoft Exchange email software. They also accused Beijing of cooperating with criminal hackers to launch ransomware attacks and other illegal cyber operations. Although not accompanied...
After a temporary blockade by a federal appeals court, pandemic restrictions for Florida-based cruise ship passengers will continue to be in effect after a Florida lawsuit challenged the previous ruling. A three-judge panel from the 11th U.S. decided in a...
A key senator stated Sunday that congressional Democrats are looking at ways to provide financial incentives to states for expanding voting access as part a huge infrastructure bill. Democrats are having difficulty getting their marquee reform bill passed by an...
Businesses in distress forced to temporarily close down near Olympic venues. Olympic visitors required to install intrusive apps and allow GPS tracking. Minders secured hotels so that participants would not come in contact with ordinary Japanese people or visit restaurants where...
China's cyber-watchdog announced Friday that it will conduct an investigation into Didi's cybersecurity. This follows earlier criticisms of Didi's handling of customer data, which caused shares in the New York-traded company to plummet. Two weeks ago, the regulator announced that...

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