And you thought the death of net neutrality sucked?
New App Store rules are GDPR compliant, reminding us that they weren't before
Phone flogger scores the first post-GDPR blunder
ADB.Miner threat slurps 100 per cent of the gadgets' processing power
You can run but you can't hide... probably
Your DNA is safe though, for now...
Prolific Brit hacker also targeted Asda, Barclays, BA and Ladbrokes
The social network wants to stop nude pics from catching users in a sticky situation
Google claims to have already settled. Claimants disagree.
"Oh no, not again" (said the bowl of petunias)
Incident exposed the personal details of 19,500 students, staff and alumni
Mega-leak blamed on API authentication flaw in third-party tracking site demo
McAfee claims campaign is the work of 'Sun Team', rather than Lazarus
It'll further shame sites that don't use it instead
Millions of incidences of hate speech, violent and sexual content got purged
Shift comes as part of Russian firm's 'global transparency initiative'
'myPersonality' app stored data on unsecured website for four years
Shocking start to two-force trial
Investigation underway by Federal Kookaburra of Investigations
The worry is what you've been scratching before the scratchcard
EFF advises switching to Signal
AI assistants could be tricked into wiring money or manipulating IoT devices
But breach is not the result of compromise of Nest's systems, firm claims
The messages still crop up in notifications on Apple's desktop OS
The fox has a firm grip on the facts
Glaring flaw enables attackers to to bypass Microsoft's security defences
'USB Restricted Mode' will disable the Lightning port after seven days
'Secret conversations' feature spotted in social network's Android APK
But firm says 'no additional customers' have been identified as victims
But refuses to confirm which services have been stamped out
Bug exposed user passwords in plaintext, social network fesses
But Link11 warns that new DDoS-for-hire services likely will emerge
This bodes well for the company's own dating service...
Kaspersky's alleged links to Russia could be reasoning for the ban
Either that or they're emailing themselves about big dinkle pills in their sleep
But they won't get to keep it
Nowhere is safe. Think about that.
Seems they had a technical hutch
34 major tech firms all agree to work together to defend against hackers
This time, she's sung
But this is only the 'fourth most-damaging consequence'', Corero warns
The unsophisticated malware looks more like a trolling attempt than a clever cyber attack
Wants to ensure hackers didn't install any Bugs
Attackers are using unpatched servers to mine Electroneum
Really, Oath? This? Again?
But questions are being raised about what that actually means
John McAfee is probably wondering 'is that all?'