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Adult FriendFinder Hit With Massive Hack, Report Says — TIME

A hack on the online adult dating and hookup FriendFinder network exposed more than 400 million users’ information, according to a report from breach notification website Leaked Source. The hack includes data from more than 339 million accounts on AdultFriendFinder.com, which advertises itself as the “world’s largest sex & swinger community,” and millions of accounts…

via Adult FriendFinder Hit With Massive Hack, Report Says — TIME

Facebook Is Banning Fake News Websites from Generating Advertising Revenue — TIME

As the scrutiny over the online spread of misinformation grows in the aftermath of the U.S. election, Facebook moved Monday to categorically ban websites publishing false news stories from generating revenue with its advertising platform. The Wall Street Journal reports that fake news has been added to the list of content that disqualifies a website…

via Facebook Is Banning Fake News Websites from Generating Advertising Revenue — TIME

Cyber Attack Hits Australian Swimming Website Following China Olympic Dispute — TIME

The website of the organization that oversees competitive swimming in Australian has come under cyber attack, allegedly in connection with an Australian swimmer calling a Chinese competitor at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics a “drug cheat,” according to a report. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reports that the site remains operational despite a denial of service…

via Cyber Attack Hits Australian Swimming Website Following China Olympic Dispute — TIME