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More LockerGoga Victims Are Struggling to Get Back to Normality

Two US-based chemical manufacturing companies, Hexion and Momentive, announced a global IT system outages. The attacks were based on the utilization of...
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Apple is Diving Deeper Into its Services Premise with a New Streaming Platform

Apple is about to announce a new streaming service and a “News” platform. The new services will be incorporated in a revamped...

A Spyware Vendor is Leaking Private Data of Thousands

A database containing highly-sensitive personal data of thousands was found to be open to access by anyone. The server belongs to a...

Hollywood Tries to Reverse Verdict in Favor of Stream Ripping Site Owner

The MPAA urges the Virginia District Court to reconsider their decision on and Copyright owners fear that this ruling will create...

Al Jazeera Blocked in Bangladesh Following a Critical Article Against the Authority

Al Jazeera and Joban websites blocked in Bangladesh after publishing a story that made allegations against the authorities. The articles remained accessible...

FEMA Leaks Personal Records of 2.3 Million Disaster Survivors

2.3 million US citizens, survivors of recent disasters have had their sensitive data leaked by FEMA. This comes at dire times for...
Netflix’s Black Mirror Bandersnatch isn’t Compatible with Apple TV

Researchers Manage to Perform Side-Channel Attack on Netflix

Indian researchers prove that it’s possible to figure out viewer choices on Netflix, through ciphered data. The communication data between the viewer...
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Amazon Prime Reveals List of April Goodies – 007, A Quiet Place, & More

Mr. Bond, as well as many more, are coming over to Amazon Prime, starting this April 2019. Who are the rest? Well, how about...
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The Largest Ever Campaign Against IPTV Services is Underway Across Europe

The Europol arrested five IPTV pirate network operators in three European countries simultaneously. The investigation that tracked them down was initiated back...

South Africa In Risk of “Passive” Internet Censorship with New Law

South Africa on the verge of passing a new law that will protect the children from explicit content. The designated fines are...

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