The US tech giant shared personal information of 3.3 million users without their consent, the South Korean government said.
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The South Korean search giant denied allegations that its sensitive user data stored abroad was at risk.
The Korea Communications Commission said the Chinese company collected the data of children without consent from their legal guardians.
The QR codes will be available on Naver's smartphone app.
The company's AI software can detect USB memory sticks in bags and coats from X-ray images.
There have been 9,688 smishing attempts so far that exploited the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Samsung has promised to provide a software update to fix the glaring security issue that allows users to bypass the fingerprint reader through using third-party screen protectors.
Withdrawing from an intelligence sharing agreement with Japan alarmingly expands the scope of their trade dispute beyond being purely political and economic, making it also about security.
Completion of these technologies will allow quantum keys to be applied to commercial networks.
South Korea's largest data security vendor Fasoo has applied its enterprise DRM solution to semiconductor equipment vendor Koh Young Technology which has halted long-standing copycat issues, they said.