Spotify data breach forces streaming platform to reset user passwords

Spotify data breach forces streaming platform to reset user passwords
Spotify, the leading digital music service provider, has reportedly reset the passwords for its user accounts after identifying a security error which might have exposed account data. The leading music streaming service disclosed the pertaining details through a data breach notification that was submitted to the Office of the California Attorney General, detailing what exactly happened, what all information was involved, and what all action has the company has taken to address this issue. This breach follows recent news where approximately 300,000 Spotify accounts were said to have been hacked in the beginning of this year, with login credentials, email addresses, as well as other user account data being exposed. The state law require

Reddit affirms Dubsmash buyout; aims at expanding in video app market

Reddit affirms Dubsmash buyout; aims at expanding in video app market
Ever since the collapse of TikTok across various economies of the world, numerous companies and big brands have been rigorously looking forward to either acquiring vivid video platforms or creating new ones in an attempt to expand profusely in the global video app business space. In one similar instance, Reddit, one of the prominent social networking sites, has reportedly announced taking over TikTok alike video application- Dubsmash for an undisclosed transaction deal. As per credible reports, TikTok rival Dubsmash is expected to retain its own brand and platform, while allowing Reddit to integrate its video creation tools. Moving further, it has been reported that app co-founders, Tim Specht, Suchit Dash, and Jonas Druppel would join R

Big Hit to start a new tradition with its first labels concert

Big Hit to start a new tradition with its first labels concert
South Korea based Big Hit Entertainment is reportedly commencing a new chapter in its history by hosting its first labels concert, bringing together artists from across the company’s wide portfolio. The company was founded as a small organization by producer Band Si-hyuk in 2005. With its upcoming ‘2021 New Year’s Eve Live – presented by Weverse’ concert, Big Hit is expected to prove itself to its investors as well as to the domestic music landscape, which is heavily dependent on key broadcasting networks and their productions. As opined by Pop Culture Critic, Kim Heon-sik, holding a year-end concert entirely with the company’s artists is like the apex goal of any music agency and no company wo