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There's news about a Facebook data leak.
Data from over 500 million Facebook users including phone numbers, Facebook IDs, full names and other information have been posted online.
Facebook says the data was collected in 2019 and the company plugged the hole in August of that year.
Daniel marks in digital privacy experts at Nord VPN says that the personal information remains a goldmine for scammers.
Amazon issued a public apology regarding comments made in response to accusations that Amazon drivers were forced to urinate in water bottles to ensure delivery times.
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The original retail cost of the game in 1985 was $25.
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