Danish Intelligence Chief Detained over Alleged Data Leaks

Danish Defence Intelligence Service (DSIS/PET) chief Lars Findsen was detained for allegedly leaking classified material. Findsen has been suspended since August 2020 after an oversight board criticized the intelligence agency’s alleged collection of citizen’s data which was supposedly shared with …

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Marker Group Reports Data Breach Incident

The Marker Group has announced it suffered a data breach involving information associated with past and ongoing litigation matters in the United States. Marker group is a Texas-based company that provides record collection, medical review, data analysis, data hosting, and …

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Albanian PM Apologizes for Massive Data Leak

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama has apologized for the massive data leak that has compromised the personal data of at least 630,000 citizens. A list reportedly containing the monthly salaries, job positions, employer names, and ID numbers of 637,138 citizens …

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Mitto AG Co-Founder Removed after Spying Allegations

Mitto AG co-founder and Chief Operating Officer Ilja Gorelik has reportedly been removed from the company after news broke out that he operated a secret surveillance service for government entities. “The employee (Gorelik) is said to have misused the access …

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Cybercriminals Steal A-lister Personal Details from London-based Jewellery Firm Graff

A Russian hacking organization allegedly acquired access to the personal information of a slew of A-listers after breaching London-based jewelry manufacturer Graff. A-listers and multi-millionaires such as Oprah Winfrey, the Beckham family, and Sir Philip Green have all been impacted. …

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Mitto AG Co-Founder Removed after Spying Allegations

Mitto AG co-founder and Chief Operating Officer Ilja Gorelik has reportedly been removed from the company after news broke out that he operated a secret surveillance service for government entities. “The employee (Gorelik) is said to have misused the access …

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Russia Bans More VPN Products and TOR

Russian consumer watchdog Roskomnadzor has announced it has banned six more VPN products and the web anonymity service Tor. “A request was sent to the departments with a request to inform the Center for Monitoring and Control of the Public …

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Facebook Whistleblower Frances Haugen to Testify Before Congress Again

Whistleblower Frances Haugen will testify again before the US Congress again this week regarding Facebook’s moderation and policy failures in regards to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Haugen will attend the hearing conducted by House Energy and Commerce …

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South Korea Boosts Cyber Security and Privacy Laws after Smart Device Nudes Leaked

South Korea is revisiting online security rules after a hacker attacked hundreds of smart home gadgets and sold personal video footage of residents on the dark web for bitcoin. According to IT Chosun, a tech news website that disclosed the …

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Russia Announces Twitter Slowdown to Continue Until Alleged Illegal Content is Removed

Russian officials backed down from threats to block Twitter on Monday, saying the social media site erased the majority of the unlawful information identified by Moscow and shown “readiness and desire in creating a constructive discussion.” While Russia’s official communications …

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