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A mobile advertising company that settled charges with the Federal Trade Commission this week will pay nearly $1M after it was determined the company tracked customers – including children – without their consent.
Cyber-criminals see law firms as particularly lucrative targets that
can earn them hundreds of thousands of dollars per heist. Cyberspies
also attack attorney firms to steal client data that can be sold or
used to learn the details of future litigation. Read the full article. [SF Chronicle]
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