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Month: March 2018

Under Armour data breach affected about 150 million MyFitnessPal users

Under Armour became aware of a potential security breach on March 25, the company said an unauthorized party had accessed MyFitnessPal user data. Under Armour learned of the data breach on March 25,  it promptly reported the hack to law enforcement and hired security consultants to investigate the incident. Attackers hacked the MyFitnessPal application that […] The post Under Armour data breach affected about 150 million MyFitnessPal users appeared first on Security Affairs....

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TX: Sensitive documents found strewn about on Houston street

Andy Cerota reports that  trash blowing around on Brittmore Road near Hammerly Boulevard in Houston turned out to be thousands of documents on the side of the road, may with personal and sensitive information. Thursday morning. It’s not clear from the reporting who was responsible for all those records. Read more on Click2Houston....

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Apple Will Allow Users to Download and Delete Data Stored on Its Servers

Apple is trying to improve its privacy tools with a new Apple ID portal that would enable users to download and delete their personal information that is stored on the company’s servers. A report from Bloomberg indicates that this new service is part of a broader effort to comply with European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation that will come into effect on May 25 and which introduces new privacy protections for Internet users. Apple will thus enable users to see what data the company is storing and download either everything or just specific items individually, such as contacts,...

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