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The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a $150 million fine against Twitter after discovering that the company used the phone numbers and email addresses used for multi-factor authentication ofRead More →

Since it was acquired by Facebook, Instagram has become one of the five most popular social media platforms in the world, accumulating some 500 million active users a day andRead More →

A hacking group managed to obtain confidential information from some users after contacting the Apple and Meta support areas posing as police officers, accessing records such as full names, phoneRead More →

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has requested a hearing with Mark Zuckerberg to make some clarifications about Meta and the way it’s recently launched virtual reality headsets work, seekingRead More →

In its latest statement, the Australian government announced that social media companies will henceforth be forced to disclose the identity of users who post what they consider to be “defamatoryRead More →

After an investigation by the non-governmental organization Brennan Center for Justice, it was discovered that a couple of years ago the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) hired the services ofRead More →

A security report notes that Command-Option-Argument (coa), the popular npm library, has been infiltrated with a malicious backdoor code, which could have severe consequences worldwide. This library is downloaded aboutRead More →

Earlier this week, Facebook announced that it would stop using its facial recognition systems for user authentication on its social platform, although Meta, the now parent company of the socialRead More →