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Archive Tag: security

Following Apple’s launch of privacy labels, Google to add a ‘safety’ section in Google Play

Months after Apple’s App Store introduced privacy names for apps, Google announced its own mobile app marketplace, Google Play, will follow suit. The busines today pre-announced its plans to introduce a new “safety” slouse in Google Play, going out next year, which will require app makes to share what sort of data their apps accumulate, […]

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Proctorio sued for using DMCA to take down a student’s critical tweets

A university student is indicting exam proctoring software make Proctorio to” quash a campaign of persecution” against reviewers of the company, including an accusation that the company ill-use copyright laws to remove his tweets that were critical of the software. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, which filed the lawsuit this week on behalf of Miami University […]

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UK’s IoT ‘security by design’ law will cover smartphones too

Smartphones will be included in the scope of a proposed” insurance by design” U.K. law aimed at beefing up the security of consumer maneuvers, the government said today. It cleared the notice in its response to a consultation on legislative programs aimed at tackling some of the most lax security practices long-associated with the Internet […]

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Education nonprofit Edraak ignored a student data leak for two months

Edraak, an online education nonprofit, disclosed the private information of millions of students after uploading student data to an unprotected shadow storage server, apparently by mistake. The nonprofit, founded by Jordan’s Queen Rania and headquartered in the kingdom’s capital, was set up in 2013 to promote education across the Arab region. The constitution is in […]

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As authorities scrambled to lock down their populations after the COVID-1 9 pandemic was declared last-place March, some countries had designs underway to reopen. By June, Jamaica became one of the first countries to open its borders. Tourism represents about one-fifth of Jamaica’s economy. In 2019 alone, four million travelers called Jamaica, generating thousands of […]

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Clearview AI ruled ‘illegal’ by Canadian privacy authorities

Controversial facial approval startup Clearview AI flouted Canadian privacy rules where reference is mustered photos of Canadians without their knowledge or assent, the country’s top privacy guardian has ruled. The New York-based company induced its splashy newspaper debut a year ago by claiming it had collected over 3 billion photos of people’s faces and boasting […]

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Apple says iOS 14.4 fixes three security bugs ‘actively exploited’ by hackers

Apple has liberated iOS 14.4 with certificate fastens for three vulnerabilities, said to be under active affect by hackers. The technology giant said in its security update sheets for iOS and iPadOS 14.4 that the three imperfections feigning iPhones and iPads” may have been actively employed .” Details of the vulnerabilities are scarce, and an […]

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Dashlane taps JD Sherman, ex-Hubspot COO, as new CEO, as co-founder Emmanuel Schalit steps aside

Our reliance on internet-based business is at an all-time high these days, and that’s made a new focus on how well we are protected when we go online. Today comes some report from one of “the worlds biggest” companionships working in the area of password protection, which points out how business is changing for the […]

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Ring Launches Video End-To-End Encryption For Its Doorbells And Cameras

Ring is a maker of smart home maneuvers like defence cameras and buzzers that can stream video. There is some concern that maybe these video feeds “couldve been” hacked and allow a intruder to see through your camera, but the good news for those of you who own a Ring device is that the company […]

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Stolen computers are the least of the government’s security worries

Reports that a laptop from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s power was stolen during the pro-Trump rioters’ bag of the Capitol building has some worried that the mob may have access to important, even classified information. Fortunately that’s not the case — even if this computer and others had any rightfully sensitive datum, which is unlikely, […]

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