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| |Google’s “deceitful” Location Tracking Is Against The Law, Say 7 EU Groups Seven European consumer organizations are planning to submit a complaint about Googles location tracking activities to their data protection authorities.
| |Facial Recognition Traffic Camera Mistakes Bus For Famous Woman Chinas air conditioning business queen Dong Mingzhu was recently outed as a jaywalker - thanks to an ad on the side of a bus.
| |Microsoft’s Office 365 MFA Security Crashes For Second Time Microsoft’s multi-factor authentication (MFA) for Microsoft Office 365 and Azure Active Directory has fallen over for the second time in a week.
| |Iranian Hackers Charged In The US For SamSam Ransomware Attacks Two Iranians have been named in a US ransomware indictment - but given that they arent in the US, what happens next?
| |Social Media Scraping App Predictim Banned By Facebook And Twitter We all want a "perfect" babysitter. But can we trust AI to comb through years of social media posts and label people with a "score?"
| |Facebook Bug Resurrects Ghostly Messages From The Past In the latest in a long line of SNAFUs, it seems Facebook has found a new way to inadvertently torment us: resurfacing old chat messages.
| |‘Grinch Bots’ Are Ruining Holiday Shopping. Lawmakers Hit Back The bill would outlaw automated scripts that snap up discounted holiday must-haves so resellers can gouge people with exorbitant markups.
| |Microsoft Patches Patch Tuesday’s Outlook 2010 Problem Patch Just weeks after issuing a Windows 10 patch of doom that started deleting users’ precious files, Microsoft ‘fixed’ Outlook 2010 with a November Patch Tuesday update that promptly borked it.
| |Google Maps Scammers Put Their Own Phone Numbers Onto Bank Listings Once they get victims on the phone, the crooks get their account PINs and CVV numbers for debit/credit cards and then drain their accounts.
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