The fourth week of November was pretty much quiet but we did get some concerning news from different corners of the tech sphere.
First, like every week, there were a few cases of bugs, security flaws. Then, in a shocker, Facebook admitted to developing a facial recognition tech, while OnePlus acknowledged a major security breach.
Let's look at everything that happened this past week.
The company didn't say how many users were compromised but it did note that the attacker gained access to some users' confidential order information including their names, emails, home addresses, and phone numbers.
It added that the affected users are now being notified.
Facebook's facial recognition, vulnerable apps
After OnePlus, Facebook was the one that drew a lot of flak.