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Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos apologized for spam texts that were incorrectly sent to users who had activated two-factor authentication.
India's City Union Bank said on Sunday that "cyber criminals" had hacked its systems and transferred nearly $2 million through three unauthorised remittances to lenders overseas via the SWIFT financial platform. The comments come after the small private lender on Saturday had disclosed it had discovered the three "fraudulent remittances", which were sent via correspondent banks to accounts in Dubai, Turkey and China. Chief Executive Officer N. Kamakodi called it a "conspiracy" involving multiple countries, and added the lender was still investigating how it had happened.
“We had a slight crisis here at work,” Irina Kaverzina emailed a relative in late 2017. “The FBI busted our activity (not a joke). So, I got preoccupied with covering tracks together with the colleagues.” ...
A Facebook executive has argued the Russian disinformation campaign uncovered by the Mueller indictment was not intended to sway the US presidential election, after the investigation showed how Russians ...
Facebook Inc will start using postcards sent by U.S. mail later this year to verify the identities and location of people who want to purchase U.S. election-related advertising on its site, a senior company executive said on Saturday. The postcard verification is Facebook's latest effort to respond to criticism from lawmakers, security experts and election integrity watchdog groups that it and other social media companies failed to detect and later responded slowly to Russia's use of their platforms to spread divisive political content, including disinformation, during the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Facebook revealed the plans a day after U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller unsealed an indictment accusing 13 Russians and three Russian companies of conducting a criminal and espionage conspiracy using social media to interfere in the election by boosting Republican Donald Trump and denigrating Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
President Donald Trump said Saturday that an alleged Russian plot to influence the 2016 election didn’t benefit his campaign, referencing statements made by Rob Goldman, Facebook’s vice president of advertising, ...
Facebook is turning to an antiquated technology to foil foreign interference in US elections. Starting this year, Facebook will send postcards to anyone who purchases an ad about a political candidate on their platform, said Katie Harbath, Facebook’s global politics and government outreach director, speaking at the National Association of Secretaries of State conference in…
President Donald Trump pointed to comments by a Facebook Inc. executive who said the aim of the 13 Russians indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Friday wasn’t to sway the 2016 presidential election....