EasyJet admits data of nine million hacked

EasyJet admits data of nine million hacked

It said email addresses and travel details had been stolen and that 2,208 customers had also had their credit card details "accessed".The firm has informed the UK's Information Commissioner's Office while it investigates the breach.

Amazon's Ring logs every doorbell press and app action

Amazon's Ring logs every doorbell press and app action

These included: a motion being detected by the cameras' sensors a "ding" of the doorbell, when its button had been pressed by a visitor a remote "on-demand" action by the user to get a live video and audio feed and/or remotely speak to a visitor Image caption A sample of the "event" database, which has been edited to obscure the device IDs In each case, the length of time the equipment was activated was also logged.

What strictly necessary cookies does the BBC use?

What strictly necessary cookies does the BBC use?

In BBC Sounds, a cookie in the Radioplayer web console that sets an identifier for each unique browser to allow aggregated analysis.In BBC Sounds, a cookie in the Radioplayer web console to remember whether you've seen certain one-time messages.

Brittany Kaiser calls for Facebook political ad ban at Web Summit

Brittany Kaiser calls for Facebook political ad ban at Web Summit

EU event in November 2015 in London In an interview with the BBC, Ms Kaiser said she wanted to see political advertising on Facebook banned.Hundreds of companies around the world are still crunching through personal data and throwing it back at people in the form of political ads, she said.

BBC News launches 'dark web' Tor mirror

BBC News launches 'dark web' Tor mirror

The BBC has made its international news website available via Tor, in a bid to thwart censorship attempts.Instead of visiting or , users of the Tor browser can visit the new bbcnewsv2vjtpsuy.onion web address.

Tech Tent: Is your face on a watch list?

Tech Tent: Is your face on a watch list?

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Surveillance cameras are now often backed up with facial recognition systems Is it a brilliant new law enforcement tool helping keep public spaces safe from criminals and terrorists?

Walmart uses AI cameras to spot thieves

Walmart uses AI cameras to spot thieves

Asda, which is owned by Walmart, and UK supermarket Sainsbury's both told the BBC they did not use image recognition cameras in their stores.

A thread written by @joshchin

A thread written by @joshchin

It's a new era, and not just for reporters in China. Other countries are buying Chinese tech and studying Chinese methods.

NHS told to ditch 'absurd' fax machines

NHS told to ditch 'absurd' fax machines

The Department of Health said a change to more modern communication methods was needed to improve patient safety and cyber security. In place of fax machines, the Department of Health said secure email should be used.

Google accused of 'trust demolition' over health app

Google accused of 'trust demolition' over health app

Lawyer and privacy expert Julia Powles, who has closely followed the development of Streams, responded on Twitter: "DeepMind repeatedly, unconditionally promised to 'never connect people's intimate, identifiable health data to Google'.

Google accused of 'trust demolition' over health app

Google accused of 'trust demolition' over health app

Lawyer and privacy expert Julia Powles, who has closely followed the development of Streams, responded on Twitter: "DeepMind repeatedly, unconditionally promised to 'never connect people's intimate, identifiable health data to Google'. DeepMind repeatedly, unconditionally promised to *never* connect people's intimate, identifiable health data to Google.

Hack Brief: Someone Posted Private Facebook Messages From 81,000 Accounts

Hack Brief: Someone Posted Private Facebook Messages From 81,000 Accounts

It’s not clear who’s responsible for stealing the Facebook data, but the BBC says one of the websites where the stolen information was posted appears to have been set up in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Private messages from 81,000 hacked Facebook accounts for sale

Private messages from 81,000 hacked Facebook accounts for sale

Hackers appear to have compromised and published private messages from at least 81,000 Facebook users' accounts. The BBC Russian Service contacted five Russian Facebook users whose private messages had been uploaded and confirmed the posts were theirs.

Facebook security breach: Up to 50m accounts attacked

Facebook security breach: Up to 50m accounts attacked

Attackers found multiple bugs in this feature that "allowed them to steal Facebook access tokens, which they could then use to take over people's accounts", Mr Rosen explained. Please include a contact number if you are willing to speak to a BBC journalist.