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Hacker Steals Millions of User Account Details from Education Platform Edmodo - Motherb... - 0 views

    "A hacker has stolen millions of user account details from popular education platform Edmodo, and the data is apparently for sale on the so-called dark web.

    Teachers, students and parents use Edmodo to work on lesson plans, assign homework, and more. The organization claims to have over 78 million members."
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Millions of hacked LinkedIn IDs advertised 'for sale' - BBC News - 0 views

    "A hacker is advertising what he says is more than one hundred million LinkedIn logins for sale.

    The IDs were reportedly sourced from a breach four years ago, which had previously been thought to have included a fraction of that number.

    At the time, the business-focused social network said it had reset the accounts of those it thought had been compromised."
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UK spy agencies store sensitive data on millions of innocent people, with no safeguards... - 0 views

    "The document dump reveals that the spies hold data on millions of Britons who are suspected of no wrongdoing, including records on dead people who cannot possibly pose a threat to national security. These records, which include "private medical records, your correspondence with your doctor or lawyer, even what petitions you have signed, your financial data, and commercial activities," are safeguarded through self-regulating systems that are laughable in their tragic lack of seriousness. "
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How the NSA plans to automatically infect "millions" of computers with spyware - Boing ... - 0 views

    "But TURBINE, which was carried out with other "Five Eyes" spy agencies as part of the NSA's $67.6M "Owning the Net" plan, is intended to automate the infection process, allowing for "millions" of infections at once. "

BBC News - Data haul by Android Flashlight app 'deceives' millions - 0 views

  • GoldenShores Technologies took ID and location data from the millions using its Brightest Flashlight app.
  • poor privacy policy,
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