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The intrusions, detected in recent months, are under investigation by the FBI and other US security agencies.Investigators so far believe that Russian intelligence is likely behind the attacks and that Russian hackers are targeting news organizations as part of a broader series of hacks that also have focused on Democratic Party organizations, the officials said.
News organizations are considered top targets because they can yield valuable intelligence on reporter contacts in the government, as well as communications and unpublished works with sensitive information, US government officials believe.The rise of social media and mobile devices mean businesses are more vulnerable to hacking.In a bid to keep information secure, a new wave of body-centric devices are replacing passwords.They found that 70% of online daters report practicing safe sex most of the time or always, compared to 63% of offline daters.
The survey also found that 67% of Tinder users always use a condom when having sex with a new partner for the first time, while the number for offline daters is 58%.
This week, the matchmaking giant released the results of a recent survey it commissioned called "Modern Dating Myths." The survey compared the app's users to traditional, offline daters.