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Warrantless searches of devices at US borders ruled unconstitutional

The border is NOT a constitution-free zone, according to the ruling: No more suspicionless fishing expeditions into travelers' devices. Read more

Consumer Data Privacy Rights: Emerging Tech Blurs Lines

Data privacy is a fundamental right for Americans - but new emerging technologies like drone, IoT and facial recognition are introducing gray areas. Read more

Google’s Plan to Crunch Health Data on Millions of Patients Draws Fire

"Project Nightingale" is fully HIPAA-compliant, according to Google -- but researchers said they see big red flags for consumer data privacy. Read more

Understanding the Ripple Effect: Large Enterprise Data Breaches Threaten Everyone

Fallout from giants at the top is one of the largest drivers of cyber-impacts on everyday people and companies. Read more

NSA Is Latest Intelligence Agency to Sound VPN Patch Alarm

Not Just Patch or Perish, But Also Pay Attention, Security Experts WarnThe U.S. National Security Agency is the latest intelligence agency to warn that unpatched flaws in three vendors'...

Ex-Twitter Employees Spied on Saudi Dissidents: DoJ

The DoJ charges former Twitter employees for allegedly accessing thousands of accounts on behalf of Saudi Arabia. Read more

News Wrap: APTs, Office 365 Voicemail Phish and Bed Bath & Beyond Breach

Threatpost editors discuss this week's biggest news - from a data breach of Bed Bath & Beyond, a tricky phishing attack and widespread APT activity.  Read more

Global Crime Ring Bilks U.S. Military Members, Vets Out of Millions

An elaborate fraudster ring stole PII then allegedly used DoD and VA benefits portals to steal payments and funds from bank accounts. Read more

News Wrap: Hotel Robot Hacks, FTC Stalkerware Crackdown

From hacking hotel room robots to crackdowns on stalkerware apps, Threatpost editors break down this week's top news stories. Read more

7M Adobe Creative Cloud Users Exposed to Hackers

An open cloud database sets the stage for phishing attacks for users of the subscription service. Read more

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Two men busted for hijacking victims’ phones and email accounts

Prosecutors allege that Meiggs and Harrington took over their targets' mobile phone and email accounts via SIM-swapping. Read more

Leaked Russian Interference Report Raises Questions About Brexit, UK Election Security

A report from the U.K. Parliament's intelligence committee concludes that "Russian interference may have had an impact on the Brexit referendum," reports the Times...

Lessons From the Cyberattack On India’s Largest Nuclear Power Plant

Dan Drollette shares an article by two staffers at the Center for Global Security Research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory from The Bulletin of...