Marriott breach leaves 500 million exposed with passport, card numbers stolen
Dec01

Marriott breach leaves 500 million exposed with passport, card numbers stolen

Enlarge / Marriott Hotel brands like the W hotel were breached between 2014 and 2018. (credit: Craig Warga/Bloomberg via Getty Images) On Friday, Marriott International announced a system breach that has affected approximately 500 million customers, with stolen information including names, credit card numbers, mailing addresses, email addresses, and passport numbers. The breach is one of the largest in history, after recent Yahoo...

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 Why a Hacker Exploited Printers to Make PewDiePie Propaganda

An anonymous hacker has claimed credit for the prank, which is part of an ongoing YouTube subscriber feud.

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The Marriott Hack: How to Protect Yourself

Up to 500 people’s personal information has been stolen in a Marriott hack that lasted four years, one of the biggest breaches yet.

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Estonia to Tighten Rules for Licensed Crypto Companies
Dec01

Estonia to Tighten Rules for Licensed Crypto Companies

Estonia, one of Europe’s most crypto-friendly nations, plans to tighten its licensing regime for cryptocurrency companies. The financial authorities in Tallinn want to introduce stricter regulations for fintech businesses registered in the Baltic country.   Also read: Binance Terminates Services for Users in Belarus Regulators to Increase Oversight The Financial Intelligence Unit, the Estonian regulator issuing the...

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Thai SEC Explains Two Laws Could Apply to Crypto Securities
Dec01

Thai SEC Explains Two Laws Could Apply to Crypto Securities

Thailand’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has reportedly clarified how existing laws can apply to crypto securities. In addition, Thai companies planning to issue securities tokens abroad would be guilty of wrongdoing under the Digital Asset Act for avoiding regulated fundraising channels. Also read: Indian Supreme Court Moves Crypto Hearing, Community Calls for Positive Regulations Applicable Current Laws On...

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