A recent Fortnite hack allowed hackers to listen to your in-game conversations – FortniteINTEL

  1. A recent Fortnite hack allowed hackers to listen to your in-game conversations  FortniteINTEL
  2. A ‘Fortnite’ Vulnerability Exposed Accounts to Takeover  WIRED
  3. Fortnite vulnerability let hackers take over player accounts  The Verge
  4. Bug in Fortnite Authentication Left Accounts Open to Take Over  BleepingComputer
  5. Beware buying Fortnite’s V-Bucks, you could be funding organised crime  Naked Security
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Massive 'Fortnite' security hole allowed hackers to take over accounts, eavesdrop on chats – NBC News

  1. Massive ‘Fortnite’ security hole allowed hackers to take over accounts, eavesdrop on chats  NBC News
  2. ‘Fortnite’ security flaw let hackers spy on players through microphones  Digital Trends
  3. Millions Of “Fortnite” Accounts Were Exposed By A Security Flaw  BuzzFeed News
  4. Fortnite Flaw Put Millions of Players at Risk, Researchers Say  Bloomberg
  5. ‘Fortnite’: Hackers Are Taking Over Accounts Because Of These Epic Games Website Vulnerabilities  Comicbook.com
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Attorney General nominee says Mueller should be allowed to finish report – CNN

  1. Attorney General nominee says Mueller should be allowed to finish report  CNN
  2. Trump Attorney General Nominee William Barr Pledges ‘Transparency’ On Mueller Probe  HuffPost
  3. Let’s Not Make an Unconstitutional Deal  The Wall Street Journal
  4. With Barr, Will Justice Be Done?  The New York Times
  5. William Barr Supported Pardons In An Earlier D.C. ‘Witch Hunt’: Iran-Contra  NPR
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Facebook allowed Netflix and Spotify to read the private messages of its users. – The New Republic

  1. Facebook allowed Netflix and Spotify to read the private messages of its users.  The New Republic
  2. Facebook gave Spotify and Netflix access to users’ private messages  The Verge
  3. Report shows Facebook let major tech companies feast on user data  Business Insider
  4. Report: Facebook let major tech firms access private messages, friends lists  Ars Technica
  5. Facebook reportedly gave tech giants access to users’ private messages  New York Post
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Detained American Graduate Student Allowed To Study In Israel, Court Rules

  1. Detained American Graduate Student Allowed To Study In Israel, Court Rules  NPR
  2. Court permits US student to enter Israel, despite attempt to ban her over BDS ties  Washington Post
  3. Israel Can’t Deport US Student Over Past Support for Boycott  New York Times
  4. Israel’s Supreme Court Grants Lara Alqasem’s Appeal; She Will Be Allowed to Enter the Country  Haaretz
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Twitter API bug potentially allowed developers to read DMs and private accounts

  1. Twitter API bug potentially allowed developers to read DMs and private accounts  Android Police
  2. Twitter: A bug may have sent some direct messages to business account developers  Marketing Land
  3. Twitter may have sent your private DMs to the wrong people — but probably not  CNET
  4. Twitter warns users of year-long glitch that may have shared private messages  Telegraph.co.uk
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Clay Matthews rips the 'terrible' roughing penalty that allowed the Vikings to tie the Packers

  1. Clay Matthews rips the ‘terrible’ roughing penalty that allowed the Vikings to tie the Packers  CBSSports.com
  2. Packers benefit from Vikings’ miscues, escape with 29-29 tie  USA TODAY
  3. Five Vikings extra points: Blunder behind the blocked punt, Dalvin Cook is better than numbers indicate, plus more  Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Apple allowed spyware posing as anti-malware tool into its Mac App Store

  1. Apple allowed spyware posing as anti-malware tool into its Mac App Store  Digital Trends
  2. ‘Adware Doctor’ Mac app secretly steals your browsing history and sends it to China  Mashable
  3. More malicious apps found in Mac App Store that are stealing user data  AppleInsider
  4. Mac App Store apps are stealing user data – Malwarebytes Labs | Malwarebytes Labs  Malwarebytes Labs
  5. No. 1 paid utility in Mac App Store steals browser history, sends it to Chinese server  9to5Mac
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How McCain's faith sustained him and allowed him to forgive himself

  1. How McCain’s faith sustained him and allowed him to forgive himself  CNN
  2. Meghan McCain Weeps at John McCain’s Casket as Wife Cindy and His Children Pay Their Respects  TIME
  3. Is Sheriff Joe Arpaio Taking Over John McCain’s Seat in the Senate?  Snopes.com
  4. Republicans rejected McCain and embraced Trump. What does that say about them?  Washington Post
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