2017 was a dumpster fire of privacy and security screw-ups

If you thought 2016 was bad — a year of historical hacks and game-changing cyberattacks — 2017 was even worse. Sure, 2016 may have killed every famous person we ever cared about, but this year brought shame on our favorite companies for getting security wrong and violating our privacy. Companies betrayed you, covered up hacks and renounced their responsibilities, and some just gave up any last damn they had about users.

Read about the many security screw-ups and privacy violations that took place in 2017 on ZDNet.

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