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Platforms should not confront users with 'binary choice' over personal data use The EU's Data Protection Board (EDPB) has told large online platforms they should not offer users a binary choice between paying for a service and consenting to their personal data being used to provide targeted advertising.…
While some other LLMs appear to flat-out suck AI agents, which combine large language models with automation software, can successfully exploit real world security vulnerabilities by reading security advisories, academics have claimed.…

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When you decide not to trust a big chunk of the supply chain, tech (and trade) get harder One of the biggest challenges Singapore faces is the potential for a split between tech stacks developed and used by China and the West, according to the island nation's Cyber Security Administration (CSA) chief executive David Koh.…
Stymied by sanctions, it had to go … but where? Chinese surveillance camera manufacturer Zhejiang Dahua Technology, which has found itself on the USA’s entity list of banned orgs, has fully sold off its stateside subsidiary for $15 million to Taiwan's Central Motion Picture Corporation, according to the firm's annual report released on Monday.…
Opponents warn almost anyone could be asked to share info with Uncle Sam On Thursday the US Senate is expected to reauthorize the contentious warrantless surveillance powers conferred by Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), and may even strengthen them with language that, according to US Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), "will force a huge range of companies and individuals to
Water tank overflowed during one system malfunction, says Mandiant The Russian military's notorious Sandworm crew was likely behind cyberattacks on US and European water plants that, in at least one case, caused a tank to overflow.…
Race on to patch as researchers warn of mass exploitation of directory traversal bug Various infosec researchers have released proof-of-concept (PoC) exploits for the maximum-severity vulnerability in Palo Alto Networks' PAN-OS used in GlobalProtect gateways.…

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Just doesn't believe it will sort out the mess that saw data leak from LINE messaging app Japan's government has considered the proposed security improvements developed by Yahoo ! , found them wanting, and ordered the onetime web giant to take new measures.…
Social engineering patterns spotted across range of popular projects Open source groups are warning the community about a wave of ongoing attacks targeting project maintainers similar to those that led to the recent attempted backdooring of a core Linux library.…
First glimpse at attack financials reveals huge pain UnitedHealth, parent company of ransomware-besieged Change Healthcare, says the total costs of tending to the February cyberattack for the first calendar quarter of 2024 currently stands at $872 million.…
$62 million settlement plan challenged over payments to progressive nonprofits Google's plan to pay $62 million to settle allegations that it tracked people even when their Location History setting was switched off may have to

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