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Hack Brief: FEMA Leaked the Data of 2.3 Million Disaster Survivors

After being displaced by a natural disaster, survivors have a lot of pressing concerns. They may be dealing with health impacts, displacement, loss of property, and even grieving the deaths of loved ones. Through all of this, though, one worry that is probably not in their minds is the question of whether their personal data is safe with the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Unfortunately, what should be a given is apparently another burden to add to an already painfully long list. On Friday, FEMA publicly acknowledged a Homeland Security Department…

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Hack Brief: Uber Paid Off Hackers to Hide a 57-Million User Data Breach

By now, the name Uber has become practically synonymous with scandal. But this time the company has outdone itself, building a Jenga-style tower of scandals on top of scandals that has only now come crashing down. Not only did the ridesharing service lose control of 57 million people's private information, it also hid that massive breach for more than a year, a cover-up that potentially defied data breach disclosure laws. Uber may have even actively deceived Federal Trade Commission investigators who were already looking into the company for distinct, earlier…

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