From The Daily Charge: They're essentially using free money from stolen Facebook accounts to then commit credit card fraud.
One campaign tried to use a person's credit card to spend $10,000 a day on Facebook scam ads.
The government has apparently received 260 requests for licenses.
Here's a breakdown of the controversial Chinese telecom and phone maker's saga so far.
Today's major tech stories include Google buying up wearables giant Fitbit, the US is investigating TikTok and astronomers think they've found a new type of black hole.
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New privacy settings mean you don't have to share recordings of your smart speaker commands.
Firefox’s new privacy-reporting tool lets you see the cookies, trackers and fingerprinters monitoring you across the web.
Google will let you opt-out of data tracking, but you have to tell it.
Users' email addresses and plain-text passwords were posted to online forums, Ars Technica reports.
The US is reportedly looking into the popular app's acquisition of Musical.ly two years ago.
Analysis: Multiple security audits and a bug bounty are among the steps the company is taking to repair its image and practices.
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