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Confusion hits consumer market over U.S. ban of Kaspersky software

More: Kaspersky Labs offers free antivirus amidst Russian influence concerns More: Equifax data breach: Feds start investigation More: FTC settles with Lenovo over a built-in snooping software, $3.5 million fine The biggest risk to U.S. government ... read more

Lenovo made an augmented reality headset for 'Star Wars' games https://t.co/TkKIDz9qLm

09/05 FTC settles with Lenovo over a built-in snooping software that scanned users .. 09/05 Remember when Lenovo sold PCs with Superfish adware? It just got a mild scold.. 09/05 Lenovo will pay a $3.5 million fine for preinstalling adware on certain lapto.. read more

Whoops, Spotify's Web Player No Longer Works on Apple's Safari Browser

De La Soul performs at a Spotify event in New York in 2016. Music streaming service Spotify no longer officially supports Apple’s Safari browser, and Safari users who attempt to access it say they are being redirected to use another browser or download ... read more

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