Google warns users to check their permissions. Well, duh
Oh come on, not this again
But firm won't critique your use of the 'Desperate Slutty Singles' app
Cybercrims injected data swiping code into the website's payment pages
Watchdog says firm's security measures were 'inadequate and infeffective'
But there's no indication that data was used for nefarious purposes
Company lauds payout as a 'significant milestone'
Second privacy misfire in as many months
But emphasises that this doesn't apply to the rest of the world
Second such bork in a month
Like an Uber Eats account, probably
It can also grab a photo too, just in case it wasn't creepy enough
Security staffers didn't know how much data was stolen in 2017 breach
It's just another day in the office, Brad
Yang 'YY' Yuanqing on why Lenovo escapes the flack that Huawei and ZTE suffer
And there's no easy fix, F-Secure warns
Landmark ruling is first related to UK gov's controversial intelligence sharing
200GB data trove was uncovered by security researcher Bob Diachenki
Tor blimey guv'
Security screw-up shared names, addresses and payment amounts
Online Forums Bill criticised as 'ignorant and authoritarian'
Firm has since made the switch to HTTPS
We love the smell of irony in the morning
Could be the same group that pwned Ticketmaster
Who watches the watchers?
Park Jin Hyok has also been linked to Bangladesh Bank cyber heist
Airline admits to first-class security screw-up
George Duke-Cohan was recruited by criminal group Apophis Squad
The search giant was previously kept quiet with a gagging order
The irony klaxon is deafening
Let's accentuate the positive, shall we?
Naughty, naughty Chrome for having passwords...
It is... it isn't... But it was weird anyway...
Australia the global trend-setter for a change
Not this nonsense again....
Microsoft is working on a fix but is probably less than happy
But only if the company complies with its court order
Google takes no prisoners with serious zero-day flaws
Explanation of the rules seems to have given us something to moan about
Would you settle for door locks or invest in a burglar alarm too?
Did someone order a back door?
Claims no customer financial data or social security numbers were accessed
China's state-controlled press warns that country will 'neet their nemesis'
Reality Winner is only a winner by name
What a ludicrous display
Patching over problems; if only we could do that in the real world
Kaspersky says attack is a 'wakeup call' for Mac users