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Cybercriminals are increasingly exploiting popular platforms like Airbnb for fraudulent activities. With over 7 million global listings, Airbnb’s popularity has made it vulnerable to cybercriminals, fraudulent hosts, fake
India’s Laws Enable Government Surveillance, Creating Dangerous ‘Backdoor’ for Surveillance Companies
India’s laws enable government and private companies to surveil its citizens without court-approved warrants, raising global concerns and criticism, reports Financial Times. This is part of a growing
Significant Data Breach Affects 47,000 Metropolitan Police Officers and Staff, Exposing Names, Ranks, and Vetting Levels The National Crime Agency (NCA) is involved in assessing and investigating the
The High Court has dismissed a claim by Dr. Johnny Ryan of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) that the Data Protection Commission (DPC) failed to fully
China has publicly accused a government worker, identified only by his surname Hao, of spying for the CIA. This is the second high-profile espionage case made public this
EU’s Digital Services Act Enforcement Begins: 19 Major Platforms Face Fines and Bans for Non-Compliance
The enforcement of the European Union’s Digital Services Act (DSA) has started, with 19 major online platforms and search engines facing potential fines and bans for non-compliance The
CIA Scandal: Widespread Sexual Misconduct Cover-up In a shocking incident at the CIA headquarters last year, officer trainee Ashkan Bayatpour assaulted a colleague in a secluded stairwell. Bayatpour
In a bold move against Russia’s Deep-Cover Spies, Western intelligence agencies, led by MI5, have exposed and arrested several undercover Russian agents. Among those detained were Orlin Roussev,
Google has launched the first quantum resilient FIDO2 security key, part of OpenSK. The ECC/Dilithium hybrid signature, co-created with ETH Zürich, ensures protection against both standard and quantum
While California restricts data sharing with immigration agencies, the Border Patrol in San Diego pays for access to personal data from the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG).
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