Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days – it's weekly roundup time.
Monday 29 February 2016
- Snapchat snared by phishers impersonating CEO, employee data swiped
- The “HawkEye” attack: how cybercrooks target small businesses for big money
- Google knows where your photos were taken
- How mobile apps leak user data that’s supposedly off-limits
- Tor users being actively blocked on some websites
- “Acceptable Ads”: Are there any? And who gets to monetize them?
- Disney rumored to be using anti-drone drones to protect Star Wars filming
- Going to RSA? Get exclusive free swag!
Tuesday 1 March 2016
- Robocall company hangs up for good after massive fine
- Say hello to Kiddle: the child-protecting search engine
- Public Facebook event for house party leads to berserk scenes
Wednesday 2 March 2016
- The OTHER iPhone unlocking case – Judge sides with Apple
- DDoS attacks are soaring, says new report
- PHP ransomware attacks blogs, websites, content managers and more…
- Apple and FBI testify in hearing on locked iPhone: What we learned
- Is a Facebook friend tracking your sleeping habits?
- Brothers jeer judge on Facebook, get sent to jail
- The DROWN security hole – what you need to know
Thursday 3 March 2016
- Got ransomware? What are your options?
- Facebook exec freed by Brazilian police after arrest over Whatsapp messages
- Posting photos of your kids online could lead to prosecution
- Adblockers are a “protection racket”, says senior politician
- Facebook faces antitrust privacy probe over user data
Friday 4 March 2016
- Forget iPhone backdoors, here’s a *side* door that can steal your keys
- Trolls who use fake profiles to torment others to be prosecuted
- This state wants to ban gun-toting, flame-shooting, gas-spraying drones
- Teacher resigns after student shares nude photos found on her unlocked phone
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