TOTAL: {[ getCartTotalCost() | currencyFilter ]} Update cart for total shopping_basket Checkout

United States Privacy Digest | Travel website hack never reported due to no ‘negative effects’ Related reading: Roundup: Austria, India, EU, US and more

rss_feed

""

""

  • ArsTechnica reports a data breach into Booking.com in 2016 was never reported because "actual adverse negative effects on the private lives of individuals" could not be found, according to a Booking.com representative quoted in a new book about the incident. Booking.com, based out of Amsterdam, and private U.S. investigators determined a U.S.-based hacker working for an intelligence agency hacked into the travel company's system and stole data regarding travel plans in the Middle East, including full names, hotel reservations, room PINs and travel plans.
  • Washington state experienced a growth in data breaches across the board in 2021, according to the newly released 2021 Data Breach Report from the attorney general's office. Organizations sent out 6.3 million data breach notices to individuals across the state, topping 2018's high of 3.5 million.
Comments

If you want to comment on this post, you need to login.