Week in Lithuania: 103 years' since independence proclamation marked, hackers leak data of data of 110,000 users - bnn-news.com

by bnn-news 02/20/2021

Last week, the top news stories in Lithuania were quarantine celebration of the anniversary of signing of the Act of Independence, cyber criminals leaking data of 110,000 Lithuanian-registered users and Chinese luggage scanners being banned at airports. Avia Solutions Group reveals plans in Vilnius airport Avia Solutions Group, an aviation business group, announced Monday, February […]


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