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Confidential e-mails sent by Facebook executives have been leaked online

Documents posted online Friday appear to be a confidential internal Facebook communication that reveals new details of the way the company processes user data. About 60 pages of unqualified exhibits from a lawsuit between Facebook and Six4Three, an app developer,… Continue Reading →

An overview of how the Enron Corpus, a public database of more than 600,000 emails that helped bring down Enron, helped artificial intelligence researchers build natural language models

During its investigation into Enron's bankruptcy in 2002, the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) reviewed e-mails from the energy company: more than 600,000 messages sent by 158 employees, mostly senior executives. The missives collected – a mix of high-level… Continue Reading →

Researchers discover a flaw in e-ticketing at more than 8 airlines, including Southwest, which would allow hackers to access sensitive information by intercepting e-mails for travelers.

Written by Jeff Stone February 6, 2019 | CYBERSCOOP According to a study released Wednesday by mobile security company Wandera, at least eight airlines, including Southwest, use electronic ticketing systems that could allow hackers to access sensitive information about travelers… Continue Reading →

An internal NASA app leaked employee emails and project names

A NASA web application leaked information such as user names, names, e-mail addresses, and project names of employees. ZDNet learned today about bug hunter Avinash Jain. This exhibition came from one of NASA's Jira facilities, a web application that most… Continue Reading →

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