New Yahoo hack hits 1B accounts, Amazon Echo heads to Vegas
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This is not been Yahoo's year.
The once internet giant has just disclosing another massive record breaking hack.
In fact this time affecting over 1 billion accounts.
The breach took place back in August of 2013 The stolen data includes email addresses, phone numbers, dates of births and passwords.
of course the question is once again how this affects Verizone purchase of the company which still remains to be seen.Amazon's Echo digital systems will soon be installed in all of the roughly 4700 rooms at the Wynn in Las Vegas.
The devices will allow guests to control some basic room operations, like temperature adjustment, and turning the lights on and off.
The echoes will be fully installed by next summer.
In an open letter to the world's major camera makers, more than 150 filmmakers and journalists Have requested new encryption provisions to be introduced to video and recording technology in order to protect their work from authoritarian governments who might wish to seize such content.
You can see the full letter and those who signed it over at Cnet.com.
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