Joining the likes of Google, Firefox, Facebook and even Microsoft, Twitter is launching a bug bounty-program to reward researchers for finding and reporting vulnerabilities in its platform,
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While pizza chain Domino's was busy launching a new mobile app featuring a computer-generated voice called Dom, hackers breached Domino's outlets in Belgium and France and stole personal data on more than 600,000 customers, Reuters reports.
In a medium devised specifically to amplify the power of knee-jerk reactions, a software deficiency got trumpeted way out of proportion.
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