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Hackers can hack your PC using simple audio files
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Hackers can hack your PC using simple audio files

We have seen cases of malicious images being used to break into computers and steal their data.
Now, you can check, remove apps accessing Instagram data
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Now, you can check, remove apps accessing Instagram data

In a major move, Instagram is tightening its grip over third-party apps' access to user data.
Soon, Personal Data Protection Bill will be tabled in Parliament
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Soon, Personal Data Protection Bill will be tabled in Parliament

In a major development, Ravi Shankar Prasad, the Minister for Electronics and Information Technology, has said that the Personal Data Protection Bill is ready and will be tabled in the Parliament soon.
Apple defends its move of sending data to Chinese company
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Apple defends its move of sending data to Chinese company

Just a day after facing flak for sending Safari browsing data to Chinese giant Tencent, Apple has responded to the criticism, defending the way it shares information.
Chinese government's app caught spying on 100 million Android users
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Chinese government's app caught spying on 100 million Android users

A Germany-based cybersecurity firm has claimed that the Chinese Communist party has been spying on people using its own app.
Critical bug in Justdial exposed more than 156 million accounts
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Critical bug in Justdial exposed more than 156 million accounts

In a major incident, India's famous search app, Justdial, has exposed personal account details of over 156 million users.
Critical Android vulnerability affects Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi smartphones
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Critical Android vulnerability affects Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi smartphones

In a major incident, Google's security researchers have flagged critical unpatched zero-day vulnerability, in the company's own Android operating system.
Google contractors were asked to LIE to collect facial scans
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Google contractors were asked to LIE to collect facial scans

A few months ago, Google was reported to be paying $5 cards for collecting facial scans of people.
Is Google finally serious about users' privacy? We doubt
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Is Google finally serious about users' privacy? We doubt

On the eve of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Google announced new features for its three key products - YouTube, Assistant, and Maps.

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