• Kylie Jenner’s cosmetics company confirmed that it was one of the companies affected by the Shopify data breach earlier this month.
  • Two Shopify employees may have exposed customer contact and order details from 200 merchants, Shopify said on September 23.
  • Kylie Cosmetics said it was “deeply disappointed” to learn that the breach affected its customers, but remains “confident” that customers can still use its site.
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Kylie Jenner’s makeup company has warned customers that their data — including parts of their credit card numbers — may have been exposed in a Shopify security breach.

Two “rogue” Shopify staff members stole order records and may have exposed customers’ names, email and postal addresses, and order details from less than 200 merchants, the Canadian e-commerce giant said on September 23. Kylie Cosmetics was among those affected, the beauty brand announced on its website.

The breach may

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GMR Group’s move to sell the 100 per cent equity held by Kakinada SEZ Ltd in Kakinada Gateway Port Ltd violates the concession agreement signed in 2018 and does not have the backing of the Andhra Pradesh government, multiple sources said.

GMR Infrastructure Ltd said on Friday it had signed definitive agreements for the sale of 51 per cent equity held by its wholly owned subsidiary GMR SEZ and Port Holding Ltd in Kakinada SEZ Ltd (KSEZ) to Aurobindo Realty and Infrastructure Private Ltd. As part of the proposed transfer of stake of KSEZ, the 100 per cent equity stake of Kakinada Gateway Port Ltd held by KSEZ would also be transferred to Aurobindo Realty, GMR said in a statement.

AP government officials briefed on the matter said the sale violates the lock-in period prescribed in the concession agreement for promoter’s stake. “The concession agreement for private ports awarded by

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By Elizabeth Piper and William James

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lashed out at the European Union on Monday as he won initial approval for a plan to breach the Brexit treaty, saying the move was needed because the bloc had refused to take a “revolver off the table” in trade talks.

Johnson won the so-called second reading parliamentary vote on the Internal Market Bill 340 to 263. A wrecking amendment was defeated shortly beforehand, though more will follow as he faces a growing rebellion in his party.

The EU says Johnson’s bill would collapse trade talks and propel the United Kingdom towards a messy Brexit while former British leaders have warned that breaking the law is a step too far that undermines the country’s image.

Johnson, though, said it was essential to counter “absurd” threats from Brussels including that London put up trade barriers between Britain

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Federal prosecutors allege Uber’s former head of security organized a cover-up of a massive data breach.

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Federal prosecutors allege Uber’s former head of security organized a cover-up of a massive data breach.

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Federal prosecutors have charged Uber’s former chief security officer with covering up a massive 2016 data breach by arranging a $100,000 payoff to the hackers responsible for the attack. The personal data of 57 million Uber passengers and drivers was stolen in the hack.

Prosecutors are charging Joe Sullivan with obstructing justice and concealing a felony for the alleged cover-up. Sullivan “engaged in a scheme to withhold and conceal” the breach from regulators and failed to report it to law enforcement or the public, according to a complaint filed in federal court in California on Thursday.

“Sullivan is being charged with a corporate cover-up and

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