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Home Depot Data Breach Could Affect All Stores Nationwide

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Home Depot is investigating a potentially "massive" data breach that analysts say could be much larger than Target's 40 million leaked card numbers. Video provided by Newsy


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Home Depot Investigates Possible Data Breach

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Reuters - US Online Video (Sep. 3, 2014) — Home Depot says it is working with law enforcement to investigate "some unusual activity" related to customer data. The possible breach could affect 2,200 stores nationwide. Linda So reports. Video provided by Reuters
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Security Expert: Store Data Breaches More Common

Security Expert: Store Data Breaches More Common

AP (Sep. 3, 2014) — As Home Depot investigates a potential data breach at its retail stores, Lee Weiner, a security expert at Rapid7 says breaches at popular retailers are becoming more common. (Sept. 3) Video provided by AP
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Using Social Data Trends to Predict Election Outcomes

Using Social Data Trends to Predict Election Outcomes

FORA.tv (Oct. 2, 2013) — Using Social Data Trends to Predict Election Outcomes Social Data Week - Mandarin Oriental New York As social data becomes more readily available, it's incumbent upon end users and researchers to invest heavily in understanding the utility of that data. At a high level, this means assessing the quality and unique aspects of different sources of social data. It also means that we need to separate the signal from the noise and focus on the underlying social mechanisms that produce the data in order to insure that we're using it intelligently. In my presentation, I'll discuss the work of the Ecosystem Measurement team at FB, share some results and make a general call for more research linking social data to social outcomes.
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U.S. Senate Hearing Focused on Protecting Consumer Data

U.S. Senate Hearing Focused on Protecting Consumer Data

TheStreet (Mar. 26, 2014) — The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation held a hearing on Wednesday. The group is focusing on the best ways to improve the protection of consumer data. There has been a rise of data breaches including a high-profile breach at Target and less-reported breaches at companies like Neiman Marcus and Snapchat. This hearing examined the risks these recent data breaches pose for consumers, along with the current lack of federal data security protections. Video provided by TheStreet
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