Seeking to reassure customers after the news of repeated breaches of its network broke yesterday, Apple said that no user data was compromised in the attacks, reports Reuters. The statement follows the 16-year-old Melbourne-based student’s appearance in court: according to statements by his lawyer, he had broken into Apple’s mainframe multiple times over the course of a year, and downloaded 90GB of files. It’s worth noting that Apple’s statement doesn’t line up with the lawyer’s claim that the teen accessed customer accounts. If that part is true, it would almost certainly amount to users’ data being compromised. According to The… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 17): Key highlights today include the announcement on Malaysia's second quarter economic performance as investors continue to take cue from local corporate earnings. Overnight US share gains may be indicative of the Malaysian stock market's direction today.
The Malaysian economy, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP), is closely watched for clues on the country's monetary policy, which will influence the direction of financial markets. The nation's GDP grew 5.4% in the first quarter of 2018 from a year earlier, according to Bank Negara Malaysia.
Facebook’s role in the opioid crisis could become another scandal following yesterday’s release of harrowing new statistics from the Center for Disease Control. It estimated there were nearly 30,000 synthetic opioid overdose deaths in the US in 2017, up from roughly 20,000 the year before. When recreational drugs like Xanax and OxyContin are adulterated with […]