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Facebook lorgne sur les données bancaires de ses membres - 7 août 2018
Facebook a approché des banques américaines pour leur demander de partager des données de leurs clients, en échange de la possibilité de faire de la publicité sur son service. Selon le réseau social, sa proposition vise à développer des services sur Messenger et les chatbots, pas d’exploiter ces informations. Si vous en (...)

Les dernières révélations de Snowden exposent les mensonges d’Obama sur les programmes d’espionnage de la NSA - 1er janvier 2014
Quelques heures après avoir reçu un rapport de son panel de conseillers triés sur le volet au sujet des opérations de surveillance de la National Surveillance Agency, le président Barack Obama s’est servi de sa conférence de presse de fin d’année vendredi pour prononcer une défense orwellienne de l’espionnage tous azimuts (...)

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Why Amazon, Facebook, Apple And Google Are Winning At Mobile Payments - 26 mars 2012
Four consumer technology brands–Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Google–are gathering strength and momentum and have the ability to win in a world of integrated social media and payments, one analyst contends. "The four companies are each developing different types of platforms and are going to have a huge head start if (...)

Thieves Found Citigroup Site an Easy Entry - 14 juin 2011
Think of it as a mansion with a high-tech security system — but the front door wasn’t locked tight. Using the Citigroup customer Web site as a gateway to bypass traditional safeguards and impersonate actual credit card holders, a team of sophisticated thieves cracked into the bank’s vast reservoir of personal (...)

Millions warned over substantial email data theft - 4 avril 2011
Millions of customers of major brands are being warned they can expect to be bombarded with spam email after hackers stole a large database of their details. Barclaycard, Citigroup and a subsidiary of Amazon are among the firms affected by the breach at Epsilon, an online marketing firm based in Dallas, Texas. (...)

Epsilon email hack : millions of customers’ details stolen - 4 avril 2011
Customers of Barclaycard US, Capital One and other companies warned after attack on marketing email provider Epsilon Computer hackers have stolen the names and email addresses of millions of people in one of the largest internet security breaches in US history. The names and email addresses of customers of (...)