News in brief: 17m passwords stolen from Zomato; laptop ban from EU shelved; hackers target MPs

Your daily round-up of some of the other stories in the news Hackers steal 17m passwords from restaurant app Restaurant app Zomato warned its users around the world on Thursday that it had reset the passwords of about 17m of its users whose details had been stolen from the Indian start-up’s database. Zomato, which has more than 120m users every month, moved to reassure people that no payment details had been stolen, and said that because some 60% of its users log in via third-party OAuth services such as Facebook or Google, that the company didn’t even have password details for those people.

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