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DUBLIN (Reuters) -Ireland's health service operator shut down all its IT systems on Friday to protect them from a "significant" ransomware attack, crippling diagnostic services, disrupting COVID-19 testing and forcing hospitals to cancel many appointments.
LONDON (Reuters) -A proposed multi-billion pound British class action against Google, which alleges the internet giant secretly tracked millions of iPhone users, is not viable and should not be allowed to proceed, the Supreme Court was told on Wednesday.
Users can search if their email address or phone number has been compromised in a data breach on the Have I Been Pwned website.
The use of webcams with AI-facial recognition technology to discourage cheating among students has incited backlash.
(Reuters) -Some LinkedIn data, including publicly viewable member profile, has been scraped and posted for sale, Microsoft Corp's professional networking site said based on an investigation.
Microsoft Corp’s LinkedIn faces a probe by the Italian privacy watchdog following a leak of personal data, including users’ names and phone numbers.
Names, emails, phone numbers and workplace details that reportedly belong to 500 million users being offered for sale on hacking forum. Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data has asked the US-based company for clarification on whether any residents are affected in the second big data breach this week.
Exclusive: Software vendors would have to disclose breaches to U.S. government users under new order - draft
SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A planned Biden administration executive order will require many software vendors to notify their federal government customers when the companies have a cybersecurity breach, according to a draft seen by Reuters.
China's military is banning Tesla cars from its complexes and housing compounds over concerns about sensitive data being collected by cameras and ultrasonic sensors onboard the vehicles.
A group of hackers say they breached a massive trove of security-camera data collected by Silicon Valley startup Verkada Inc, gaining access to live feeds of 150,000 surveillance cameras inside hospitals, companies, police departments, prisons and schools.