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California: Former Google engineer Linwei Ding charged with stealing AI trade secrets for Chinese companies

A former Google engineer was reportedly charged with stealing AI trade secrets for Chinese companies. 38-year-old Linwei Ding was arrested and charged with theft of trade secrets in California

Rajasthan: Youth arrested for selling 4500 GB confidential information on dark web, along with military and govt information, IS and Taliban data also recovered

During the raid, the officials discovered over 90 million data belonging to US individuals, as well as a large amount of data belonging to the Islamic State and the Taliban on the dark web

Social media giant Twitter to pay USD 150 million fine for selling user data for targeted advertisement

Twitter has agreed to pay a USD 150 million fine after being accused of illegally selling private information, such as phone numbers, for targeted advertising

CBI books Cambridge Analytica, alleged strategist of Congress for 2014 elections, over illegal harvesting of Facebook data in India

Along with Cambridge Analytica, CBI has filed case against another firm named Global Science Research Limited for Facebook data theft

Ph.D. student in Singapore uses Linkedin to recruit govt US employees to collect Intelligence on behalf of Chinese officials, pleads guilty in court

The accused began working with China in 2015 and would initially solicit sensitive information from high-profile individuals in other Asian countries.

“If we don’t act now CCP will erode our freedom”: Mike Pompeo pitches for a new “alliance of democracies” to tackle China

China ripped off our prized intellectual property and trade secrets, US State Secretary Mike Pompeo tears into China

TikTok is secretly accessing your iPhone’s clipboard: Report raises massive security concern about Chinese app snooping on users

Forbes noted that while TikTok had vowed to put an end to this 'invasive practice,' but it continued unabated as late as April.

Personal data of top celebrities including Madonna, Lady Gaga, Priyanka Chopra breached after law firm representing them faces ransomware attack

Media and entertainment law firm Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks faced ransomware attack by REvil malware

Online learning platform Unacademy hacked, details of 22 million users available for sale: Reports

Reportedly, the records include usernames, hashed passwords (SHA-256), date joined, last login date, email addresses, first and last names, account profile (staff member/a superuser), account status etc.

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