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Apple agrees to let Parler back on the App Store, citing improved moderation - 9to5Mac
After removing Parler from the App Store back in January, Apple has reportedly decided to allow the app to come back. According to a new
Post Office scandal: What the Horizon saga is all about
The background to the case of sub-postmasters whose convictions were based on evidence from faulty IT.
Google rushes out fix for zero‑day vulnerability in Chrome | WeLiveSecurity
Google has issued an update for its Chrome web browser that fixes seven security flaws, including a zero-day bug that is known to be under
The Postal Service is running a 'covert operations program' that monitors Americans' social media posts
The law enforcement arm of the U.S. Postal Service has been quietly running a program that tracks and collects Americans’ social media posts, including those
Why Brave Disables FLoC | Brave Browser
Brave opposes FLoC, a recent Google proposal that would have your browser share your browsing behavior and interests by default with every site and advertiser
Rogers says service starting to return after Canada-wide wireless outage | CBC News
Rogers said wireless voice and data services have started returning to its customers Monday evening after a lengthy outage the company's chief technological officer said
FBI nuked web shells from hacked Exchange Servers without telling owners
A court-approved FBI operation was conducted to remove web shells from compromised US-based Microsoft Exchange servers without first notifying the servers' owners.
Microsoft outage caused by overloaded Azure DNS servers
Microsoft has revealed that Thursday's worldwide outage was caused by a code defect that allowed the Azure DNS service to become overwhelmed and not respond
533 million Facebook users' phone numbers and personal data have been leaked online
The data includes phone numbers, Facebook IDs, full names, locations, birthdates, bios, and, in some cases, email addresses.
Autonomous Vehicles Will Automatically Stop For Police, Roll Down Windows And Unlock Doors - Activist Post
These systems give police the ability to roll down a motorist's windows, unlock their car doors and speak to the occupants via intercom.
Crypto Exchange Coinsquare Ordered to Hand Thousands of Customers' Records to Canadian Tax Agency - CoinDesk
Coinsquare must comply with the Canada Revenue Agency's request for customer information in a tax case with echoes of Coinbase vs the IRS.
Microsoft reportedly wants to buy Discord for more than $10B
Microsoft is out for shopping again and this time it wants to buy Discord, the communication platform for gamers. This morning, Bloomberg reported that the
Microsoft Exchange Server attacks: 'They're being hacked faster than we can count', says security company | ZDNet
A 'significant' number of cyberattacks targeting vulnerable Microsoft Exchange servers are attempted every single day, warn researchers at F-Secure - who say it's critical to
CEO of Vancouver-based company facing racketeering charges over encryption tech
A CEO of a Vancouver company is facing charges laid south of the border, where officials allege the encryption software keeps law enforcement from monitoring
Rising encrypted app Signal is down in China – TechCrunch
Chinese users of the instant messenger Signal knew that the good times wouldn’t last long. The app, which is used for encrypted conversations, is unavailable
CRA locking 800K Canadian taxpayers out of accounts
The Canada Revenue Agency is locking out 800,000 users from their online accounts on Saturday, out of fear that people's usernames and passwords have been
Warning the World of a Ticking Time Bomb — Krebs on Security
Globally, hundreds of thousand of organizations running Exchange email servers from Microsoft just got mass-hacked, including at least 30,000 victims in the United States. Each