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Facebook warns 1 million users about apps trying to compromise accounts

by Tonya Riley

Facebook identified 400 apps across the Google Play and Apple App store that posed as harmless lifestyle and business services to dupe users.

Apple ramps up war on spyware, a growing digital scourge

by Tonya Riley

An Apple representative said that the company has alerted potential victims of highly targeted mercenary spyware in 150 countries.

Global advertising giant Omnicom suffers 'suspicious' IT incident

by Tonya Riley

The company said it is in the process of bringing systems back online.

Project Zero researchers see promising trends in vulnerability fixes

by AJ Vicens

Data from the Google-based team seems to reflect an industry getting faster at fixing bugs and deploying patches.

EARN IT Act gets no changes to encryption language in Senate committee

by Tonya Riley

The bill would remove legal liability immunity from tech platforms found in violation of laws regarding child sexual abuse materials. But civil society groups see a dangerous potential side effect.

Security fears over antitrust legislation raise looming questions about a federal privacy law

by Tonya Riley

Experts say not all of the tech companies' security concerns are unfounded.

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