With a simple tweet, Twitter has officially launched its own bug bounty program.
A series of enhanced follower scams have tricked thousands of Twitter users after a group abused the platform’s authentication system, its Trends section and TweetDeck.
TrustInAds.org, a new organization founded by AOL, Facebook, Google and Twitter aimed at protecting people from malicious online advertisements, has issued a report that shines light on how online advertising platforms are combating tech support advertising scams that attempt to infiltrate a person’s computer.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has published its fourth annual "Who Has Your Back" report that aims to show which major technology companies are good at protecting your data from government requests.
Rolling Stones and One Direction fans are being actively targeted by unscrupulous scammers, who encourage them to share a bogus offer of a free ticket to one of the band's concerts.
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