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On Tuesday, Britain's Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) issued a £12.7 million fine against TikTok for using the personal data of children under 13 without parental consent. The ICO estimated that in 2020, TikTok allowed up to 1.4 million UK children under 13 to access its platform, despite

Husain Parvez Published on 5th April 2023

On Friday, March 31st, Italy temporarily banned ChatGPT, becoming the first Western country to do so. A statement by the Italian data protection authority, GPDP, confirmed the ban and that it is launching an investigation into the company, stating "there appears to be no legal basis underpinning

Zane Kennedy Published on 5th April 2023

The Center for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Policy (CAIDP), a non-profit AI research group, has filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) against OpenAI, calling for an investigation into the release of GPT-4 and halting its deployment. In its complaint, the group claims that

Keira Waddell Published on 4th April 2023

Procter & Gamble (P&G) is the latest of many companies to disclose that they were affected by a vulnerability in Fortra’s GoAnywhere file-sharing solution. This resulted in a breach in early February that exposed the personal information of an unknown number of its employees. In a

Zane Kennedy Published on 4th April 2023

The effects of the mass ransomware attack carried out via Fortra’s GoAnywhere file transfer tool continue to escalate. This time, the victim was a virtual mental healthcare startup aimed at children called Brightline. The data of more than 63,000 patients is assumed to have been stolen. The

Keira Waddell Published on 2nd April 2023

The Threat Analysis Group (TAG) of Google has published a report on commercial spyware vendors exploiting vulnerabilities against iOS and Android users. One of the campaigns being tracked has targeted Android users in the UAE, with traces also being found in Indonesia, Belarus, and Italy — though

Husain Parvez Published on 31st March 2023

A serious ChatGPT bug resulted in the exposure of user chat histories and the personal data of ChatGPT Plus subscribers on March 20th. The leaked data included identifiable user data and even partial payment information. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman initially confirmed that the glitch briefly caused

Zane Kennedy Published on 30th March 2023

Twitter has recently taken steps to remove leaked source code for its platform. It is now searching for the person behind the account that uploaded it, along with anyone who downloaded a copy, to pursue possible legal action. The leaked code was posted on Github, and it’s thought to have remained

Keira Waddell Published on 29th March 2023

US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has said that US lawmakers would proceed with legislation to ban TikTok across the country. In a tweet, McCarthy expressed his concern about TikTok, stating “It's very concerning that the CEO of TikTok can't be honest and admit what we already know to be true — China

Husain Parvez Published on 28th March 2023