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Google Fi breach exposes customers’ data
- Google Fi, a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), has confirmed a data breach affecting its customers. T…
- The breach resulted in hackers obtaining limited customer information such as account status, phone numbers…
- Google is working with an unnamed network provider to determine the cause of the breach and prevent future … Read More
Google to pay $29.5 million in settlements for location tracking lawsuits
Google has made the lawsuits headline again as the Tech Giant has agreed to pay…Read More
The US House of Representatives prohibits TikTok use by lawmakers and staff
TikTok has gained popularity across different countries, allowing users to upload and share video content…Read More
Twitter to bring end-to-end encryption back to Direct Messages again
Since Elon Musk’s arrival, Twitter has been going through various changes that he hopes will…Read More