Hackers infiltrate mobile carriers, 5th annual Prime Day details
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Hackers have quietly hit over a dozen mobile carriers and could likely shut down their network security researchers have found.
Boston based security company, Cybereason says it's been investigating the campaign which shows hackers infected multiple mobile carriers since 2012 Gaining control and siphoning off hundreds of gigabytes of data on people.
Such a breach likely means that it's Fallout is still yet to come.
Facebook has reached an agreement with France turn over identity information on users suspected of posting hate speech on the platform.
All this according to Reuters The deal comes after talks between the French president and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
And finally, details on Amazon's fifth annual Prime Day are crystallizing.
The sale will start on July 15 and run for 48 hours making it the longest Prime Day Sale ever.
Amazon promises over a million deals will be available worldwide this year adding a focus on freshness and deal discovery.
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