The UK's Information Commissioner is considering legal action against Canadian data firm AggregateIQ (AIQ).
It follows testimony from co-founder Jeff Silvester to Canadian MPs in which he claimed to be co-operating with the watchdog's inquiry…
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Millions of electronic door locks fitted to hotel rooms worldwide have been found to be vulnerable to a hack.
Researchers say flaws they found in the equipment's software meant they could create "master keys" that opened the rooms without leaving…
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A website blamed for launching more than four million cyber-attacks around the world, including attempts to crash banks in the UK, has been taken down in a major international investigation.
The operation, which involved the UK's National Crime…
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Hackers have used ransomware to take the website of Ukraine's energy ministry offline and encrypt its files.
The website currently contains a message written in English, demanding a ransom of 0.1 bitcoin - worth $927.86 (£664.98) by today's…
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A former employee of a Milton Keynes hospital trust has been prosecuted for accessing patient records without authorisation.
Michelle Harrison, of Milton Keynes, inappropriately accessed the records of 12 patients outside of her role as…
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Two firms in West Yorkshire have been fined by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for calling people registered with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS).
Bradford-based Energy Saving Centre Ltd, which offers services such as…
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Ikea is investigating a "cyber-security incident" involving its odd jobs marketplace TaskRabbit.
The app and website let people find freelance workers to complete household tasks such as cleaning, gardening or assembling flat-pack furniture.
A British rail operator has reset more than a million customer accounts after discovering hackers had successfully breached a small percentage of them.
Great Western Railway said that about 1,000 of its passengers' details had been exposed.
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Royal Mail Group Ltd has been fined £12,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after sending more than 300,000 nuisance emails.
On two dates in July 2017, the company sent emails to 327,014 people who had already opted out…
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Humberside Police has been fined £130,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after disks containing a video interview of an alleged rape victim went missing.
The three unencrypted disks and accompanying paperwork were left…
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