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US wants to tie Amazon, Apple, FB and Google in short: “They are too powerful”

How legal is it for a company to pull a chequebook and sign a check with several zeros to buy a small or medium-sized...

WhatsApp certifies that the Torrent mobile was attacked in 2019

The President of the Parliament, Roger Torrent, received a communication last weekend from the WhatsApp company confirming the attempt to hack his mobile phone in 2019, taking advantage...

GoldenHelper and GoldenSpy: taxes and backdoors Made in China

The FBI has issued a notice addressed to some of the US companies operating in China to communicate to them the presence of a backdoor found in the...

Goldman Sachs agrees to pay Malaysia $ 3.9 billion in corruption case

Financial institution Goldman Sachs will pay $ 3.9 billion to Malaysia for its involvement in the money laundering and corruption scheme through state investment...

A security breach in the US could keep non-Americans private data at risk

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) considers that the regulations of the United States are not strict enough in terms of...

South Korea fines TikTok $ 155,000 for collecting data from minors

The Korean Communications Commission (KCC) decided to fine the Chinese application TikTok with 186 million won (almost $ 155,000) for the illegal collection and...

Germany accuses six other Volkswagen employees of ‘dieselgate’ fraud

Six more employees of Volkswagen have been accused of fraud in Germany in relation to the case of software that altered the emissions of...

US government-funded phones for low-income families contain non-removable malware

Android smartphone with malware included: it's American. US government-funded phones for low-income families contain non-removable malware: the case that is making the rounds of...

New key details revealed in Ghosn’s escape from Japan

Carlos Ghosn, former CEO of Nissan and Renault, traveled quietly with two people on a train in Tokyo - where he was released on bail and...

Statisma, the small business that has put the Bank of England in check

Although the company has denied this information through a statement, tweets that are deleted right now could betray it In a small district on the...

Microsoft accuses a group of North Korean hackers stealing sensitive information

A few hours ago, Microsoft announced that they have taken legal action against Thallium (also known as APT37): a group of hackers that are supposedly based...

The Ring company (Amazon) sued for cyber attacks on its surveillance cameras

The data of more than 3,000 clients was exposed and even the hackers communicated through the cameras with children inside their homes The domestic surveillance...
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On Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that people who had been infected with the coronavirus before vaccination had better protection...

“This is not the city our children should grow up in”, says Mayor of New York City

Late Wednesday, police said an 11-month-old child was in critical condition after being struck in the cheek by a stray bullet while...

Teen, 17, sues parents for not buying him a home: “See you in court then”

A teenager from northern China has promised to take his case to court if his parents fail to buy him a home.

Study finds another way to treat people with high-risk rheumatic heart disease

Over 39 million people worldwide suffer from rheumatic heart disease (RHD), a disease in which the heart's valves are permanently damaged as...