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ESA Addresses Newly-Discovered E3 Website Security Flaw

Prime Benefit Spotlight: Free games and in-game content Yesterday, a vulnerability in the E3 website was publicly detailed by a third party. The ESA, however, says that it was been aware of the issue and has taken immediate action to avoid any confusion. Back in 2019, a vulnerability in the E3 website resulted in the personal information of more than 2,000 members of the media being leaked to the public. The Electronic Software Association — the organization that runs E3 — was condemned for the security vulnerability and the organization pledged to…

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Quantic Dream Condemned by French Court for Failing to Meet Security Obligation

[quads id=10] Got a news tip? Is there something you think we should be reporting on? Email news@usgamer.net. In the fallout of last year’s reports on Quantic Dream’s working conditions, one condemnation has already been filed. A statement today from the studio behind Heavy Rain and Detroit: Become Human confirmed it would be compensating an ex-employee for €5000, alongside €2000 in costs, over a breach of “security obligations.” According to the statement and French press (via ResetEra), the Labor Court of Paris ruled that Quantic Dream should have anticipated internal…

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KekRaptor: Blizzard to Ramp Up Security For BlizzCon

A certain political issue involving Hong Kong and the Chinese government has been acting like a black hole recently, dragging everyone into it regardless of how hard they try to run away. Activision Blizzard is just one of the latest corporations to become embroiled in the matter, though many would consider the injury to be self-inflicted. Banning a Hearthstone tournament winner for mentioning Hong Kong, taking away his prize money, and banning two of the casters for basically existing certainly seems to be the equivalent of shooting your foot, shooting…

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