The social network announced that some users' unpublished photos were potentially exposed. Here's how to find out if you were affected.
Researchers say a phishing campaign happened just as Trump prepared to reinstate nuclear sanctions.
More than 1,500 apps had access to pictures that people uploaded but didn't post, the social network said.
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Police reportedly said nothing was found and the threats weren't "credible."
Cambridge Analytica. Russians inside the US electrical grid. 2018 was a scary year for privacy: Let's look back at the most interesting cyberattacks of the year and see what's in store for 2019.
You'll get a heads-up on your phone if an Echo device in your home detects a worrisome sound.
The sophisticated campaign has targeted dozens of companies, most of which are based in the US.
If you attended the pop star's May 18th concert, your smile might've been captured, according to Rolling Stone.
The Pentagon, Nutella and Texas didn't do much better, according to a list from password managing app Dashlane.
The proposal has industry support.
David Katzmaier updates his advice for cord-cutters, the Marriott cyberattack may be the work of Chinese spies, and Intel chips score a breakthrough.
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