By Eliana Pfeffer

Yahoo has experienced a number embarrassing security failures over the last four years. Last week, the company disclosed that hackers backed by what it believed was an unnamed foreign government stole the credentials of 500 million users in a breach that went undetected for two years. It was the biggest known intrusion into one company’s network, and the episode is now under investigation by both Yahoo and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The company is currently facing lawsuits from people who fear their accounts have been hacked and claim the company was “grossly negligent,” putting their financial and personal data at risk. ;

What Facebook Thinks You Like, is a new project from ProPublica. The tool, an extension for Google’s Chrome browser, let users see exactly what activities, brands and products Facebook, based on its data, thinks they like. The tool also tells users which — and how many — advertising categories those interests place them in.

Snapchat will start selling subglasses that record 10-second snippets of video this fall. new glasses:

Woman sues We-Vibe maker over secretly amassing ‘highly sensitive, personally identifiable information’ from vibrator that can be controlled by a smartphone.

Intel’s new office in Israel will be ultra-smart, and feature face recognition software that replaces the need for identification badges, software that suggest carpooling with other users if an individual is often late to work, and recommend that an individual eat healthier based on their lunchtime diet.

A German data protection commissioner ordered Facebook on Tuesday to stop collecting and storing data on WhatsApp users in Germany.