Facebook said no, because of course it did
It's still tracking your location, but now it's told you its suddenly OK
Move comes in a bid to loosen restrictions on such strikes
Teen saved compromised files in folder named 'hacky hack hack'
Complaint claims operator 'does nothing' to protect customers from fraud
The bug would've allowed some malicious data extraction
But some say the overall effect on privacy is unacceptable
Now who will know what you had for brunch?
But don't worry because Intel has patched two of the three flaws
INQ is nervously laying its cards on the table
'Highly-coordinated' scheme could see hackers withdraw millions of dollars
'Alexa, snoop on the West'
Celebrates with a promise of new functionality on the way
The rules of engagement are very strict
This could be the biggest GDPR fail yet
Outdated tech poses a major security risk to businesses, Check Point warns
Hardware backdoors could enable full root access for a hacker
Embrace Learning breach saw data flogged on the dark web
Threat can access device configuration data, and execute commands
Because what could go wrong with that...
Oh no, hackers might find out you went to Butlin's
Hypothetical data, real potential damage
You might say the BitFi wallet is, er, Doomed
Check Point boffins warn that conversations could be manipulated
And 'hundreds of millions' of other phones could be affected
Technique will work against 'all' 802.11i/p/q/r networks with roaming functions enabled
Snap managed to get the sensitive code expunged
Group calls for an end to police secrecy over use of surveillance tech
Malware from developers' PCs creeps over to Android apps
Virus made its way onto unpatched Windows 7 machines running critical systems
What's that, Gods of irony? You want us to lick you?
It doesn't actually say 'our users tell us....' but it may as well
Code change could have exposed clients' CRM data
CCleaner ppwned your pprivacy, warn critics
Experts claim to have root access, as well as finding spyware
Firm will integrate Duo's tech into its own cloud security platforms.
Don't worry guys, it's for our own good
US Department of Justice is stretching the long arm of the law
Surveillance tool was developed by Israeli hacking company NSO Group
Alex Stamos is off to Stamford University
Hack saw as-yet-unknown culprits make off with non-critical user data
The CD-ROM will rise again
We were excited until we remembered we're not
That's providing bug hunters find printers that actually work
Sneaky software slides scripts and malware into victims' computers
Up from its original estimate of, er, 1.2 million.
Aaron Banks also gets a digital slap
The ACLU says controversial system shows signs of racial bias