FBI alert: Banks could lose millions of dollars in a major ATM scam

FBI alert: Banks could lose millions of dollars in a major ATM scam

By Carrie Ann - Aug 16, 2018

The US’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has warned that banks could lose millions of dollars to cybercriminals through cash machines in a highly-coordinated global fraud s

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Facebook’s Internet.org Announces Free Limited Web Access In Zambia

Facebook’s Internet.org Announces Free Limited Web Access In Zambia

By Christy Gren - Jul 31, 2014

In an effort to boost Internet usage in underdeveloped countries, Facebook-backed Internet.org announced that it is launching a new Android app in Zambia that gives Airtel customer

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Microsoft Fights Back over Warrant for Emails Overseas

Microsoft Fights Back over Warrant for Emails Overseas

By Carrie Ann - Jun 13, 2014

Microsoft has challenged a ruling that would permit US government officials to investigate its overseas offices. The organization said in a petition filed to the U.S. District Cour

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Threat to privacy: FBI's facial recognition database will contain 52 million criminal, non-criminal images by 2015

Threat to privacy: FBI's facial recognition database will contain 52 million criminal, non-criminal images by 2015

By Anna Domanska - Apr 18, 2014

The FBI is currently planning to have a fully operational facial recognition system in place, which could contain a massive 52 million images by 2015, a big jump from the 16 millio

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LulzSec Disbands, But Urges Fellow Hackers to Join the “Revolution”

LulzSec Disbands, But Urges Fellow Hackers to Join the “Revolution”

By Richard Meryn - Jun 27, 2011

Lulz Security, more commonly referred to as LulzSec, the group of hackers that reportedly attacked Sony, Nintendo, and more recently the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), announce

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