While more of a general pledge than any sort of binding terms, the declaration addresses a long-term decline in internet freedom around the world and the concentration of personal data on massive centralized platforms.
FBI defended a nearly threefold increase in FISA warrantless searches by claiming that it was necessary to curtail a wave of foreign threat actors conducting operations against domestic firms.
The FBI warned that BlackCat ransomware had compromised 60 organizations worldwide as of March 2022 and demanded millions in ransom payment. Alert linked BlackCat to the now-defunct BlackMatter ransomware group.
Information displayed is very similar to what is seen on Apple's privacy labels, but it remains to be seen if Google Play effectively enforces the inclusion of accurate information about Android apps.
Digital Services Act would bring new restrictions on how targeted advertising can use sensitive personal information and a requirement that the inner workings of recommender algorithms be visible to the public.
Fraudster revealed how criminals make money using underground bots that steal multifactor authentication codes and link stolen cards to contactless payments like Apple Pay.
Ransomware group claims that it stole 161 GB of data from Coca-Cola, including login credentials and financial data, and offering data for sale at 1.6 bitcoin (about $64,000). Coca-Cola has yet to confirm the data theft.
Leaked document saw a Facebook engineer lament the international privacy regulations that the company is now subject to, describing them as a "tsunami." Facebook now faces some sort of user data compliance requirements in over 100 countries.
Microsoft researchers say that Russian cyber attacks in March against a television broadcaster and a nuclear plant directly preceded military action directed at those targets.
Lazarus APT targets the employees of blockchain companies with fake job offers, tricking them into downloading trojanized apps that steal security keys and make fraudulent transactions.