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Is it ethical to hide your data from the machines?

by Molly Wood Aug 22, 2019
It’s one thing to try to keep personal information from Facebook. But what if a company is going to use it to save people’s lives?
A staff member stands in a projection of live data feeds from (L-R) Twitter, Instagram and Transport for London by data visualization studio Tekja at the Big Bang Data exhibition at Somerset House on December 2, 2015 in London, England.
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Capital One target of massive data breach

by Associated Press Jul 30, 2019
A security breach at Capital One Financial compromised the personal information of about 106 million people, and in some cases the hacker obtained Social Security and bank account numbers.
Capital One Tower, Tysons, Virginia
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Not much has changed since the 2017 Equifax breach

by Kimberly Adams Jul 22, 2019
Cyber security experts warn that consumers are as vulnerable to hacking now as they were back then.
Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith prepares to testify before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee in October 2017 in Washington, DC.
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Facebook is facing a fine. What about Zuckerberg?

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 15, 2019
The Federal Trade Commission is reportedly ready to hit Facebook with a fine of about $5 billion.
Signs for company Cambridge Analytica in the lobby of the building in which they are based on March 21, 2018 in London, England.
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Ever wondered what the dark web looks like?

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Jan 2, 2019
A cybersecurity researcher gave us a guided tour.
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Massive, extended data breach within Marriott's hotel empire

by Associated Press Nov 30, 2018
Some 500 million Starwood guests have had their information compromised.
A sign is posted in front of a Marriott hotel on November 16, 2015 in San Francisco, California.
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Is the Google Plus data breach a threat to Google's business?

by Renata Sago Oct 9, 2018
Google’s parent company, Alphabet, has announced new privacy measures that include shutting down its social network Google Plus. The decision comes after news this week that Google exposed the private data of hundreds of thousands of Google Plus users. We’re…

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Why the Facebook breach isn't just about Facebook

by Molly Wood Oct 5, 2018
At least 50 million users had their accounts compromised in the breach.
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Is your data safer today than when the Equifax data breach was announced a year ago?

by Molly Wood Sep 7, 2018
The breach affected 147 million people. Here's what's happened since.
Saxby Chambliss, a former Republican senator from Georgia, advises former Equifax CEO Richard Smith before he testifies to the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection Subcommittee on Capitol Hill on Oct. 3, 2017. Smith stepped down as CEO of Equifax after it was reported that hackers broke into the credit reporting agency and made off with the personal information of more than 147 million Americans.
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The Equifax breach happened a year ago. If you’re still frozen, you’re not alone.

by Renata Sago Sep 6, 2018
Many consumers are keeping their credit frozen, just to be safe.
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