Amazon-owned video streaming service Twitch TV appears to now be in damage control mode over the leak of 125GB of data which was reported last Thursday.
Amazon-owned video streaming service Twitch TV says it has reset all keys for streamers following the news of a leak of 125GB of data from the platform.
Facebook's chief security officer Alex Stamos has taken to the digital airwaves (read Twitter) to try and counter the assumption that the social media giant is sitting on its hands when it comes to preventing the spread of fake news on its channels.
Tech giant Apple has been embarrassed in a big way this week after compromising photos of several celebrities surfaced online, but it maintains its iCloud systems haven't been breached.
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