T-Mobile said a “bad actor” accessed personal data from 37 million current customers in a November data breach.
- Irish regulator fines Meta $275 million for violations of Europe’s data privacy law
- Russia Blames Missile Attack on Soldiers’ Mobile Phone Use
- Police Contractor That Plans to Track Homeless People Hacked
- Thousands of customers stranded after mass cancellations of Southwest flights
- Trader Joe’s asked customers to rank their nine top products. Here they are
- As Twitter backlash grows, rival Mastodon reaches 2.5 million monthly users
- County has imposed a curfew, and officials are working to find a motive and suspect into the shootings that have left 40,000 customers without power
- TikTok confirms that journalists’ data was accessed by employees of its parent company
- Instagram helps users recover a hacked account
- Hackers post email addresses linked to 200 million Twitter accounts, security researchers say
- The IRS Hasn’t Released Nearly Half a Million Nonprofit Tax Records
- Major password manager hacked and LinkedIn unveils inbox spam-filtering l ABC News
- Meta’s Ad Practices Ruled Illegal Under E.U. Law. Company fined 390 million euros ($414 million).
- ‘Nigerian iTunes’ dances to the mobile beat
- Rare painting sells for $3 million. The owner bought it for $600