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Norway Bans Meta From Showing Users Personalized Ads

Failure to comply will result in a daily fine of $100,000.

‘US Cyber Trust Mark’ Security Label Coming to Smart Home Devices

Energy Star-like labels are intended to make it easier for shoppers to find secure connected gadgets. Amazon, Best Buy, Google, Samsung, and others have signed on.

Google Disables Internet Access for Thousands of Its Employees

It's an experiment to try and reduce the risk of cyberattacks.

Apple Emergency Security Patch Contains a Bug of Its Own

The patch is designed to plug a serious flaw. But installing it can cause some social media sites to fail to load. 'Yup this breaks Facebook. Maybe that's the security fix?' one user wrote.

 
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