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"Zoombombing" is a thing of the past as Zoom released its 5.0 update today, which addresses security and privacy concerns.
Zoom announced it is addressing all privacy and security concerns, fixing outstanding issues, and enacting a 90-day feature freeze to do so.
Instagram announced a new feature that helps people identify phishing emails that are claiming to come from Instagram.
A privacy flaw discovered in Messenger Kids allowed children to have contact with users that weren't approved by their parents, in some group chats.
Google has announced that it's increasing its maximum rewards for reporting Chrome security bugs - doubling and even tripling some of its baseline rewards.
Facebook announced it is restoring the option for users to view their profile from the perspective of someone who they are not connecting to.
To help you protect your accounts from data breaches, Google created the Password Checkup Chrome extension that will alert you if any of your accounts were affected by data breaches.
Facebook announced last week that its Workplace enterprise solution is now certified to the ISO/IEC 27018:2014 standard.
Facebook has released more information regarding the investigation surrounding last week's login hack.
Facebook is adding an extra level of authorization for people who actively manage Pages with large audiences in the US, as well as more information for followers.
Firefox is testing a new security tool called Firefox Monitor that will allow you to check whether if any of your accounts were included in known data breaches.