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2019 was a tumultuous year for Facebook as it continued to grapple with privacy fallout after Cambridge Analytica, as well as dealing with a slew of security challenges.
An inside look at how nation-states use social media to influence, confuse and divide — and why cybersecurity researchers should be involved.
A vulnerability in Twitter for Android could have allowed attackers to access private direct messages (DMs) and other data.
The explosion of open-source AI models are lowering the barrier of entry for bad actors to create fake video, audio and images – and Facebook, Twitter and other platforms aren’t ready.
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