Personal data on 198 million voters, including analytics data that suggests who a person is likely to vote for and why, was stored on an unsecured Amazon server.
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The rules, which were set to go into effect but were blocked by a Republican-controlled FCC chairman, were ruled on in Congress, nuking them from ever going into effect.
Exclusive: These security clearance applications contain sensitive personal information, and are highly valuable to foreign adversaries seeking to undermine US national security.
The company says it only gives up customer data when "required by applicable law." But if it's keeping quiet on reportable figures, should we assume the worst?
The cloud storage firm was expected to report a loss of 29 cents per share on a revenue of $82 million, but beat expectations.
Wall Street was expecting earnings of $2.74 cents per share with $2.15 billion in revenue.
Security researchers say the zero-day flaw affects "millions" of machines in datacenters around the world.
Analytics and clever algorithms helped IBM determine exactly how many servers it needs to run the Masters' website -- including at peak moments of the tournament.
Using internet-connected devices to capture where golf balls are headed, users can now visualize exactly how a golf player tracked the course from their smartphones and tablets.
The company also sold 75 million smartphones during the year -- an increase of 40 percent from the preceding year, according to a leaked internal memo.