A security researcher has asked British Airways to explain why its online check-in page leaks booking references and surnames to a number of third parties, among them Twitter, LinkedIn and Google Doubleclick.
A coalition of big technology firms has, for a second time in recent months, called for strong encryption not to be tampered with, and criticised efforts by law enforcement agencies to create backdoors.
A cloud storage repository belonging to LocalBlox, a company that creates personal profiles using information scraped from publicly accessible sources, has been found unsecured on the Web, potentially exposing the details of 48 million people.
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