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  1. Businesses are becoming exasperated at the lack of progress in Brexit talks and are pausing or cancelling investment in the UK. Nicole Sykes, head of EU negotiations at the CBI Businesses are becoming exasperated at the lack of progress in Brexit talks and are pausing or cancelling investment in the UK. A week that many had hoped would bring progress in the talks has now come and gone without a breakthrough. Employers group the CBI says 80% of surveyed members feel Brexit uncertainty has already had a negative impact on investment decisions.
  2. A little over 21 million login credentials stolen from Fortune 500 companies have been found in various places on the dark web, many of them already cracked and available in plaintext form. The information was compiled by crawling multiple resources, like markets in the Tor network, web forums, Pastebin, IRC channels, social networks, and messenger chats. Cracked passwords ahead 21,040,296 is the exact number of credentials belonging to companies ranking in the first 500 that security researchers found on the web. Most of them were from tech
  3. Councils are sharing information about users of their websites – including when they seek help with a benefit claim, or with a disability or alcoholism – with dozens of private companies. More than 400 local authorities allowed at least one third-party company to track individuals who visit their sites, an investigation has revealed. Some councils were found to be letting companies track use of sensitive sections of their sites, such as when people were seeking financial help or support for substance abuse. Data obtained from cookies tracking wh
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