House Judicial Committee issues revisions to the USA FREEDOM Act, which will impose limits on the NSA’s ability to perform surveillance and spying.
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Mobile device accelerometers emit uniquely identifiable data that could be used to track users without permission.
Google announced it will no longer allow ads to be displayed in the accounts of Apps for Education users nor will it scan those accounts for advertising purposes.
Mozilla yesterday released the substantially redesigned version 29 of its Firefox browser, including fixes for a number of critical and highly rated security vulnerabilities.
A proposed bill would promote public-private information sharing by protecting private entities seeking to share cyber threat information with the government.
Siemens continues to work on patches and provide updates to their ICS and SCADA systems affected by the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability.
It is possible for an attacker to exploit image tags in Facebook Notes to launch DDoS attacks against external sources.
Mozilla is offering a $10,000 bug bounty for serious security vulnerabilities in a new cryptography library it plans to release along with Firefox 31.
Oracle fixes more than 100 security vulnerabilities in its Java, Database, and other products with its critical patch updates.
Microsoft announced it will no longer ship security fixes to users that failed to install the update for Windows 8.1 that was packaged with the April Patch Tuesday release.