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Saudi crown prince ‘possibly involved’ in Bezos hacking – UN

Saudi crown prince ‘possibly involved’ in Bezos hacking – UN

Technology
The United Nations has said that it believes that the Saudi crown prince could be involved in the hacking of Amazon boss Jeff Bezos' mobile phone.Mr Bezos, the world's richest man, allegedly received a WhatsApp message in 2018 that contained a malicious file, said to be from the personal account of the Saudi Arabian leader Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman. The UN said that it is "gravely concerned" by the information it received about the case from Mr Bezos' team, saying the hack is in contravention of "fundamental international human rights". Image: Jeff Bezos is the boss and founder of Amazon It also called for an immediate investigation by the US and other authorities into the incident.UN human rights experts said in a statement: "...
Facebook workers ‘possibly exposed to sarin gas’ at US HQ

Facebook workers ‘possibly exposed to sarin gas’ at US HQ

Technology
Two Facebook workers have possibly been exposed to sarin gas at a mailing warehouse at the social media giant's HQ in California, fire officials say.The mail processing centre was evacuated as officials worked to determine what caused mail to test positive for the nerve agent. "We have two possible exposures but right now they are not exhibiting any signs or symptoms," Menlo Park Fire Marshal Jon Johnston said.Mr Johnston said incoming mail processed by a machine tested positive for the substance.FBI agents are at the Silicon Valley site along with a hazmat crew, a spokesman said. Advertisement Facebook spokesman Anthony Harrison said four buildings were evacuated and that three have been cleared for people...
Surgery center possibly exposed thousands of patients to HIV, hepatitis

Surgery center possibly exposed thousands of patients to HIV, hepatitis

Health
More than 3,000 patients of a surgery center in Bergen County, New Jersey, may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, according to the New Jersey Department of Health and the HealthPlus Surgery Center in the town of Saddle Brook. A letter from the HealthPlus Surgery Center was sent out this month notifying patients who had a procedure there between January and September that they may have come in contact with various infections. "An investigation by the New Jersey Department of Health revealed that during this time period, lapses in infection control in sterilization/cleaning instruments and the injection of medications may have exposed patients to bloodborne pathogens," the letter states, adding that it is important to get tested "even if you do not remember feeling s...