Hannah Murphy
Hannah Murphy
Hannah Murphy is a tech correspondent in San Francisco, covering Facebook, social media, privacy and cyber security. She also covers the cryptocurrencies and digital assets.Source
San Francisco, CA
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Facebook lifts ban on US political advertising

Facebook lifts ban on US political advertising

Facebook will lift a ban on political advertising imposed after the US election to curb the spread of misinformation, and it has pledged to investigate whether its political ads systems need a further overhaul.Advertisers would be able to resume running political ads on March 4, Facebook said in a blog post on Wednesday. It said it had introduced the temporary moratorium “to avoid confusion or abuse following Election Day.”The social media company said it had received “feedback” about its ads system during the latest election cycle, including its inability to distinguish between ads from...

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Nation-state backed hackers going after COVID vaccine supply chain

Nation-state backed hackers going after COVID vaccine supply chain

Cyber attackers have targeted the cold supply chain needed to deliver COVID-19 vaccines, according to a report detailing a sophisticated operation likely backed by a nation-state.The hackers appeared to be trying to disrupt or steal information about the vital processes to keep vaccines cold as they travel from factories to hospitals and doctors’ offices.According to the report by IBM’s threat intelligence task force, which advises companies and the public sector on cyber security, they targeted organizations associated with a cold chain platform run by the Gavi vaccine alliance, a...

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PayPal finally embraces cryptocurrencies with New York licence

PayPal finally embraces cryptocurrencies with New York licence

PayPal will soon begin offering support for cryptocurrencies, including at the checkout, as the Silicon Valley payments company looks to capitalise on a resurgence of interest among consumers, traders and central bankers in the likes of bitcoin and ethereum. The New York State Department of Financial Services said on Wednesday it had granted PayPal a conditional “Bitlicense”, permitting it to trade and hold cryptocurrencies. In the coming weeks, PayPal plans to offer its US-based customers the ability to buy, sell and hold bitcoin, ethereum, bitcoin cash and litecoin, in partnership with...

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Minnesota Sues Exxon and Koch Industries for '30-Year Campaign of Deception' on Climate

Minnesota Sues Exxon and Koch Industries for '30-Year Campaign of Deception' on Climate

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