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Millions Caught in Virtual Keyboard App Data Breach

Security researchers claim to have found the personal data of 31 million Android users of the keyboard app Ai.type after finding an open database online. The app offers themed keyboards for phones and tablets. The researchers claimed data…
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Hacking the House: Do MPs Care About Cyber-Security?

What's the cyber-security policy in your organisation? Is it common to share login passwords with your colleagues? Because that's how it works in the House every day - according to one MP at least. Responding to the row over just who might…
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Morrisons Data Leak: Supermarket Liable For Staff Details Breach

Morrisons has been found liable for the actions of a former member of its staff who stole the data of thousands of employees and posted it online. Workers brought a claim against the company after employee Andrew Skelton stole the data, including…
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Google Faces Mass Legal Action in UK Over Data Snooping

Google is being taken to court, accused of collecting the personal data of millions of users, in the first mass legal action of its kind in the UK. It focuses on allegations that Google unlawfully harvested information from 5.4 million UK users…
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Uber - 2.7m Brits Hit by Breach that was Covered Up

Uber has revealed that 2.7 million British riders and drivers were affected by a 2016 data breach that it covered up for more than a year. A total of 57 million worldwide had data exposed in the breach, but the firm had not specified how…