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Passwords and other more traditional security measures are actually not that secure, so companies have been using "behavioral biometrics," and you probably don't even know it.

Passwords are incredibly insecure, so websites and apps are quietly tracking your mouse movements and smartphone swipes without you knowing to make su...

Passwords play a relatively small role in keeping your accounts safe, and companies use "behavioral biometrics" to track your typical behavior online.

Here’s the fastest way to delete your data from FaceApp, the viral app that’s stirring controversy about privacy and data collection

More than 12 million new users downloaded FaceApp in the past week, but now people are concerned that the Russian app could be misusing their photos.

Since going viral again for making people look old, FaceApp has been downloaded by 12.7 million new users

FaceApp has been going viral in the last week thanks to its ability to make anyone of any age look convincingly old.

Some Logitech wireless mice and keyboards are vulnerable to a significant security flaw that the company first fixed three years ago

The old flaw was patched when it was discovered, but older accessories still in packaging couldn't receive the patch, and they're still being sold.

Why Facebook’s stock jumped despite facing a record-breaking $5 billion FTC penalty: ‘A slap on the wrist’

Critics argue that Facebook is so vast, a $5 billion fine would not be nearly enough to slow it down.

The FTC’s $5 billion fine for Facebook is so meaningless, it will likely leave Zuckerberg wondering what he can’t get away with

The settlement of the FTC's investigation into the Cambridge Analytica mess will further cement the Facebook's CEO's feeling of invulnerability.
A Marriott hotel in San Francisco, California.

Marriott gets slammed with $123 million fine after a major data breach exposed the personal data of 339 million hotel guests

Marriott inherited a data breach that started in 2014 in Starwood's database when it bought the company in 2016. The breach was discovered in 2018.

Mark Zuckerberg’s security chief is leaving after an investigation into allegations of misconduct

Mark Zuckerberg's family office says there was no evidence to substantiate allegations of misconduct against Liam Booth, but he's leaving anyway.
7-Eleven Japan released a mobile payment app 7pay that had a security flaw for resetting passwords, and users lost a total of about $510,000.

7-Eleven Japan shut down a mobile payments app after only two days because hackers exploited a simple security flaw and customers lost over $500,000

The flaw, it seems, was that anybody could reset anybody else's password to 7pay, the 7-Eleven Japan mobile payments app.

Singapore police officer to lead new Interpol counter-terrorism unit

The Asia-Pacific team will start with six officers, including the Singapore Police Force representative, each skilled in various aspects of fighting terrorism.