The private information of Internet users in the US may soon be up for grabs as the new law may allow ISPs to sell your information to advertisers.
If the new resolution is passed in the US the ISPs will be able to share your browsing data with advertisers for ad targeting, without your permission
A group of hackers called the Turkish Crime Family claims that it can destroy data of 300 million iPhone users if Apple doesn’t pay a ransom.
During a hacking contest at Pwn2Own Microsoft Edge came out to be the least secure browser. It was hacked the most. The least hacked was Google Chrome
Online retail websites like Amazon are facing class action suits for publishing misleading list prices of their products are not monitoring their vendors.
It is being reported that more than 1 billion stolen or hacked Yahoo accounts are still available for sale in various underground Internet forums.
Google’s Director of Engineering Ray Kurzweil as predicted that computers may get as smart as humans, reach singularity, in just 12 years.
The preview version of Microsoft Teams was launched in November 2016 but now the group chat and project management app is available to all Office365 users.
Photo-sharing website Pinterest has just purchased the Jelly human-powered search engine.
LinkedIn still remains blocked in Russia because it has refused to move the data of 6 million Russian users within Russian borders.