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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.
Legal battle pitting Feds against the tech giant over data privacy and device security in criminal cases seems inevitable.
Google says it has a two-year timeline for phasing out support for third-party cookies in its Chrome web browser.
Refusal to unlock the phones of a Florida shooter could set up another legal battle between Apple and the Feds over data privacy in the case of criminal investigations.
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Mobile carriers have left the door wide open to SIM-swap attacks, particularly when it comes to prepaid accounts. https://t.co/H6JwxT06k9
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