After its worst year ever, Facebook hands out free hot chocolate and security tips

After its worst year ever, Facebook hands out free hot chocolate and security tips

After a year of scandal after scandal, Facebook hosted a pop-up event at a New York Christmas market to hand out free hot chocolate and security advice.

Erin Burnett: Lying not an issue for Trump

CNN’s Erin Burnett reacts to White House press secretary Sarah Sanders pushing a false narrative that the FBI “ambushed” President Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

Abacus has attracted $2 million from YC, Justin Kan, and Coinbase to help startups and investors manage tokenized liquidity programs

For the crypto market to become attractive to institutional investors, companies and their investors need to ensure that tokenized securities — digital assets subject to federal security regulations — can be as easily tracked and traded and exchanged as tradi…

Two-factor authentication can save you from hackers

If you find passwords annoying, you might not like two-factor authentication much. But security experts say it’s one of the best ways to protect your online accounts. Simply put, two-factor authentication adds a second step in your usual log-in process. Once …

Twitter’s support form leaked phone number country codes to IPs in China & Saudi

Twitter accidentally exposed the ability to pull an account’s phone number country code and whether the accounts had been locked by Twitter. The concern here is that malicious actors could have used the security flaw to figure out which countries accounts wer…

French data protection watchdog fines Uber $460,000 for data breach

One by one, European countries are slapping Uber with a penalty for the way it handled its 2016 data breach. Today, France’s data protection watchdog, the CNIL, announced it was fining Uber $460,000 (€400,000). This event was a combination of bad security wit…

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