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Report: Sells Your Anonymized Email Data to Uber
Uber was also reportedly almost kicked out of Apple's App Store in 2015 for violating the iPhone maker's privacy guidelines, the New York Times reports.

Lyrebird Can Listen and Copy Any Voice in One Minute
The resulting artificial voices do sound a little robotic, but are clearly identifiable as being the original speaker.

Report: Young Adults Drawn to Life of Cyber Crime
By hacking into computer systems, they're hoping to achieve recognition from their online peers.

Linksys Routers Vulnerable to DDoS Attacks
Flaws in the routers' firmware could let hackers access configuration settings and execute remote commands. Linksys said it's working on a patch.

Lawsuit Slams Security of Confide Messaging App
A lawsuit filed yesterday in the Southern District of New York claims that the Windows version of Confide doesn't offer screenshot protection.

Chrome Blocks Crafty URL Phishing Method
By using non-Latin Unicode characters, it's theoretically possible to register a domain name for a phishing website that looks nearly identical to the one it's trying to spoof.

Lawsuit Claims Bose Wireless Headphones Are Spying on You
A class-action lawsuit claims Bose secretly collects and records all content played through their Bose wireless headphones, and shares this data with third-parties without consent.

Mastercard Adds Fingerprint Sensor to Biometric Card
Now thieves will have to figure out how to steal your fingerprint as well as your card and PIN.

Google Developing Own Ad Blocker for Chrome
It would specifically target adverts deemed "beneath a threshold of consumer acceptability."

Microsoft Gets Rid of Passwords With Phone Sign-In
Sign into your Microsoft accounts with just your phone; no password necessary.