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Democratic hopeful Tulsi Gabbard sues Google over alleged censorship

By 0, ads, advertising, big tech, Business, campaign, candidate, censorship, debate, democratic, engadget, free speech, gmail, google, Internet, lawsuit, politics, presidential, spam, suspended, tomorrow, tulsi gabbard

Tulsi Gabbard, one of the many Democratic presidential hopefuls, is suing Google for at least $50 million. Gabbard filed a federal lawsuit against the company today, claiming that it suspended her campaign’s advertising account for six hours followin…

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TrickBot malware may have hacked 250 million email accounts

By accounts, contacts, cybersecurity, deep instinct, Email, emails, engadget, gear, gmail, Governments, hack, hotmail, Internet, malicious, malware, Security, trickbooster, trickbot, yahoo

TrickBot malware may have stolen as many as 250 million email accounts, including some belonging to governments in the US, UK and Canada. The malware isn’t new. In fact, it’s been circulating since 2016. But according to cybersecurity firm Deep Insti…

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How a trivial cell phone hack is ruining lives

By 2-factor, at&t, bad password, data breach, data security, digital security, engadget, gear, gmail, google, identity theft, infosec, Internet, Mobile, Opinion, Security, services, sim, sim swapping, SMS, T-Mobile, Twitter, two-factorauthentication

On a Tuesday night in May, Sean Coonce was reading the news in bed when his phone dropped service. He chalked it up to tech being tech and went to sleep. When he woke up, his Gmail account had been stolen and by Wednesday evening he was out $1…

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Google is killing its Notifications Widget

By bell, Business, engadget, gear, gmail, google, hangout, Internet, message, notification, personal computing, personalcomputing, Photos, services, socialnetwork, widget

As the death knell sounds for Google+, so too comes the end for the Google’s Notification Widget. Introduced in 2011 alongside Google+, the bell icon in the top-right corner of every Google page was designed to alert users to activity on the social n…

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Facebook’s two-factor ad practices give middle finger to infosec

By 2fa, ads, alexstamos, badpassword, Business, column, datasecurity, duolabs, engadget, facebook, gear, gizmodo, gmail, google, Opinion, personal computing, personalcomputing, Security, services, shadowprofile, two-factorauthentication

We’ve all encountered security questions asking where we went to school, our favorite color or food, our first concert, and the ubiquitous “mother’s maiden name.” Imagine a world where on one screen you carefully chose Stanford, red, spaghetti and so…

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Facebook’s two-factor ad practices give middle finger to infosec

By 2fa, ads, alexstamos, badpassword, Business, column, datasecurity, duolabs, engadget, facebook, gear, gizmodo, gmail, google, Opinion, personal computing, personalcomputing, Security, services, shadowprofile, two-factorauthentication

We’ve all encountered security questions asking where we went to school, our favorite color or food, our first concert, and the ubiquitous “mother’s maiden name.” Imagine a world where on one screen you carefully chose Stanford, red, spaghetti and so…

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