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EUROPOL’S EC3 LAUNCHES PAN-EURO CYBERCRIME TASKFORCE J-CAT

None | September 02, 2014

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Andy Archibald, deputy director of the UK’s National Cyber Crime Unit, will head up a new initiative from Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) designed to better co-ordinate international investigations into online threats....

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PRIVACY GROUPS ASK FTC TO SUSPEND FACEBOOK'S ACQUISITION OF WHATSAPP

None | March 07, 2014

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The privacy groups' complaint is twofold: that selling the service to Facebook amounts to a 'deceptive failure to represent "that WhatsApp’s governing principles of anonymity and privacy were subject to reversal;" and that it amounts to "unfair failure to adequately protect user data in the event of an acquisition." The concern is that Facebook will incorporate WhatsApp user data and start scanning WhatsApp messages (something WhatsApp does not currently do) in ...

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ASK.FM SOCIAL NETWORK FOR TEENS LAUNCHES SAFETY CENTRE

None | March 03, 2014

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“The safety and protection of our users, especially younger ones, is of paramount importance to us and we now have a place where people can learn more about this crucial topic,” said Ilja Terebin, Ask.fm’s CEO, in a statement. “We will constantly review how risks to users change and will update guidance in order to ensure they remain alert to changing behaviors online.”...

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CYBER SECURITY FIRM FINDS 'MULTIPLE VULNERABILITIES' IN TIK TOK SECURITY

abc6onyourside | January 15, 2020

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A cybersecurity firm tested the security of Tik Tok and found "multiple vulnerabilities" in the app's code, allowing for security loopholes and hacking accounts. Check Point Research published their findings on the app, showing the security concerns. The firm's research shows they were able to manipulate code to mess with accounts' contents, delete and upload videos without the account owner's consent, make previously "hidden" videos public, and access persona...

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EUROPOL’S EC3 LAUNCHES PAN-EURO CYBERCRIME TASKFORCE J-CAT

None | September 02, 2014

Andy Archibald, deputy director of the UK’s National Cyber Crime Unit, will head up a new initiative from Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) designed to better co-ordinate international investigations into online threats....

Read More
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PRIVACY GROUPS ASK FTC TO SUSPEND FACEBOOK'S ACQUISITION OF WHATSAPP

None | March 07, 2014

The privacy groups' complaint is twofold: that selling the service to Facebook amounts to a 'deceptive failure to represent "that WhatsApp’s governing principles of anonymity and privacy were subject to reversal;" and that it amounts to "unfair failure to adequately protect user data in the event of an acquisition." The concern is that Facebook will incorporate WhatsApp user data and start scanning WhatsApp messages (something WhatsApp does not currently do) in ...

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ASK.FM SOCIAL NETWORK FOR TEENS LAUNCHES SAFETY CENTRE

None | March 03, 2014

“The safety and protection of our users, especially younger ones, is of paramount importance to us and we now have a place where people can learn more about this crucial topic,” said Ilja Terebin, Ask.fm’s CEO, in a statement. “We will constantly review how risks to users change and will update guidance in order to ensure they remain alert to changing behaviors online.”...

Read More
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CYBER SECURITY FIRM FINDS 'MULTIPLE VULNERABILITIES' IN TIK TOK SECURITY

abc6onyourside | January 15, 2020

A cybersecurity firm tested the security of Tik Tok and found "multiple vulnerabilities" in the app's code, allowing for security loopholes and hacking accounts. Check Point Research published their findings on the app, showing the security concerns. The firm's research shows they were able to manipulate code to mess with accounts' contents, delete and upload videos without the account owner's consent, make previously "hidden" videos public, and access persona...

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