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Sarah Zheng / Bloomberg:
In a forum post, an unidentified hacker claims to have stolen 23TB of data on up to 1B Chinese residents after breaching a Shanghai police database
Mark Gurman / Bloomberg:
As Apple ramped up Mac chip investments, improvements to its other chips slowed down; sources say Apple Watch Series 8 might be able to detect a fever in users
Jane Clinton / The Guardian:
The UK Army confirms its Twitter and YouTube accounts were compromised on July 3 and used to promote cryptocurrency giveaway scams before being restored
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