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India's Newest Airline Akasa Air Found Leaking Passengers' Personal Information

Akasa Air, India's newest commercial airline, exposed the personal data belonging to its customers.

Hacker claims to have stolen data on 1 billion Chinese citizens

An anonymous threat actor is selling several databases they claim to contain more than 22 terabytes of stolen information on roughly 1 billion Chinese citizens for 10 bitcoins (approximately $195,000).

Leaked document reveals Facebook has no control over user data and where it's going

According to a leaked document, Facebook engineers have admitted that Facebook itself doesn't know what it does with its own users' data and where it goes after entering its servers.

Google: We need an EU-US data transfer framework as soon as possible

Google has highlighted the urgent need for a robust EU-US data transfer framework in light of the recent ruling against the use of Google Analytics issued by Austrian data protection authorities.

DNA Testing Company Hack Exposes 2.1 Million People Personal Records - Cyber Security News

A hacking incident has been reported recently by the DNA Diagnostics Center (DDC), it's an Ohio-based DNA testing company.

Facebook Sunsets Face Recognition, Deletes Data, Amidst Concerns

Facebook users can no longer use face recognition for tagging photos and videos. This change will also affect Facebook's AAT technology.

Uber Patents Reveal Experiments With Predictive Algorithms to Identify Risky Drivers

Surveilling drivers under the guise of safety is a common thread in Uber’s patents. Experts warn the systems described could reinforce existing inequalities.

Android data sharing remains significant, no opt-out available to users

An in-depth analysis of a range of popular Android mobile phones has revealed significant data collection and sharing.

The Telegraph exposes 10 TB database with subscriber info

'The Telegraph', one of UK's largest newspapers and online media outlets, has leaked 10 TB of data after failing to properly secure one of its databases.

Today's cars are mobile data centers, and that data needs to be protected

Our cars can no longer be considered as independent machines providing for our personal transportation, but mobile data centers.

LockBit Gang to Publish 103GB of Bangkok Airways Customer Data

The airline announced the breach on Thursday, and the ransomware gang started a countdown clock the next day.

Apple to Scan Every Device for Child Abuse Content

Apple has introduced a new feature in iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and macOS that automatically scans data on every device for child abuse content.

Tor Browser 10.5 Released - Download for Android, Windows, MacOS

Tor browser has released its latest version Tor Browser 10.5, this new version has mainly focused on the importance of security and anonymity.

WhatsApp is bringing "view once" mode for its iOS beta users

WhatsApp users with the iOS beta app will now be able to send photos and videos that disappear once they have been viewed with the latest "view once" mode along with a redesigned in-app notification.

Mercedes-Benz Customer Data Flies Out the Window

For over three years, a vendor was recklessly driving the cloud-stored data of luxury-car-owning customers and wannabe buyers.

Google Chrome on iOS is getting an enhanced privacy feature

​Google Chrome for iOS now allows you to lock your incognito tabs behind Face ID so other people can't snoop on what sites you are visiting.

Apple privacy protections in iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8

Apple previewed new privacy protections in iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8, which help users control access to their data.

Apple announces new privacy features for Mail and Safari

At WWDC 2021, Apple announced new privacy features for their Mail app and the Safari web browser. Together, they will help users stay connected while also remaining as safe as possible.

TikTok Quietly Updated Its Privacy Policy to Collect Users' Biometric Data

TikTok updated its privacy policy quietly to collect biometric data from users.

Google makes it harder for Android apps to track users

Google is attempting to rival Apple in the privacy department. After introducing various privacy-related changes in Android 12, it is now making it more difficult for app developers to track users.

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