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Reality Winner: US ex-NSA contractor and leaker released from prison
Reality Winner leaked a classified report on Russian hacking to the media and was jailed in 2018.
[BBC News Americas]

EA: Gaming giant hacked and source code stolen
Game data and source code were both stolen by hackers, but no player data, EA said in a statement
[BBC News]

EA: Gaming giant hacked and source code stolen
Game data and source code were both stolen by hackers, but no player data, EA said in a statement
[BBC]

Meat giant JBS pays $11m in ransom to resolve cyber-attack
Hackers disrupted operations in several markets at the world's largest meat processing company.
[BBC News]

Meat giant JBS pays $11m in ransom to resolve cyber-attack
Hackers disrupted operations in several markets at the world's largest meat processing company.
[BBC]

Shadow figment technology foils cyberattacks
Scientists have created a cybersecurity technology called Shadow Figment that is designed to lure hackers into an artificial world, then stop them from doing damage by feeding them illusory tidbits of success. The aim is to sequester bad actors by captivating them with an attractive -- but (...)
[Science daily]

Russian hackers target aid groups in new cyber-attack, says Microsoft
A fresh wave of cyber-attacks targets government agencies and human rights groups, mostly in the US.
[BBC News]

Russian hackers target aid groups in new cyber-attack, says Microsoft
A fresh wave of cyber-attacks targets government agencies and human rights groups, mostly in the US.
[BBC]

Hacking and loss of driving skills are major consumer concerns for self-driving cars
A new study has revealed the three primary risks and benefits perceived by consumers towards autonomous vehicles (self-driving cars).
[Science daily]

Ransomware: Should paying hacker ransoms be illegal?
As cyber-attacks intensify around the world, two experts argue for or against a ban on payments
[BBC]

Ransomware: Should paying hacker ransoms be illegal?
As cyber-attacks intensify around the world, two experts argue for or against a ban on payments
[BBC News]

US fuel pipeline 'paid hackers $5m in ransom'
Reports say Colonial Pipeline paid cyber-criminal gang DarkSide a ransom to prevent a data leak.
[BBC News]

US fuel pipeline 'paid hackers $5m in ransom'
Reports say Colonial Pipeline paid cyber-criminal gang DarkSide a ransom to prevent a data leak.
[BBC]

US fuel pipeline hackers 'didn't mean to create problems'
The US has relaxed rules on fuel transport after a ransomware cyber-attack took the pipeline offline.
[BBC News]

US fuel pipeline hackers 'didn't mean to create problems'
The US has relaxed rules on fuel transport after a ransomware cyber-attack took the pipeline offline.
[BBC]

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