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Housing Biz Made To Pay £1.5k For Sticking Fingers In Its Ears When Served A Subject Access Request
8th Feb 2019 [2 months ago] from The Register
If someone asks for their data, you give it to them, scolds ICO A Buckinghamshire housing developer has been forced to pay up £1,500 after ignoring a persons request for information the company held on them.…
US Lawmakers Furious (again) As Mobile Networks Caught (again) Selling Your Emergency Location Data To Bounty Hunters (again)
7th Feb 2019 [2 months ago] from The Register
Privacy advocates stunned that explicit rules ignored, blame head of FCC US lawmakers have again called for an investigation into mobile companies after it emerged that they have been selling specially protected user location data intended...
Apple Puts Bullet Through Do Not Track, FaceTime Snooping Bug And Other Vulnerabilities
7th Feb 2019 [2 months ago] from The Register
Widely ignored privacy grovel gets put out of its misery Apple on Wednesday removed the vestigial "Do Not Track" (DNT) privacy technology from Preview Release 75 of its macOS Safari browser, and buried the corpse without ceremony. DNT is...
Mumsnet Breached: Moaning Parents Could See Other Users Privates After Cloud Migration
7th Feb 2019 [2 months ago] from The Register
Change reversed while forum probes how many affected Parent gabfest platform Mumsnet has reported a data breach that it claimed happened amid a "software change" en route to migrating services to the cloud.…
Trakt App Users Personal Data Exposed: We Were Hit By A PHP Exploit... Back In 2014
7th Feb 2019 [2 months ago] from The Register
No payment info, but users names, locations, email addies etc all lost Trakt, the makers of an app that monitors users TV programme and movie viewing habits, has fessed up to falling victim to a PHP exploit more than four years ago that...
At Least Sony Offered A T-shirt, Says MacOS Flaw Finder: Bug Bounties Now For Macs If You Want This 0-day, Apple
6th Feb 2019 [2 months ago] from The Register
Cupertinos tight-wads called out by fella who found password, private key leak Vid  The bloke who found a password-spaffing bug in macOS says he wont divulge details on the flaw to Apple until the tech titan agrees to properly compensate...
Who Are The Last People Youd Expect To Spill Thousands Of Student Records? A Computer Science Dept? What A Fantastic Guess
6th Feb 2019 [2 months ago] from The Register
O(1)? More like O(h) n(O)! Proto-boffins info leaks out An errant email leaked academic information on every student at the Cal Poly Pomona College of Science, in California.…
Its 2019, And A PNG File Can Pwn Your Android Smartphone And Tablet: Patch Me If You Can
6th Feb 2019 [2 months ago] from The Register
Malicious Bluetooth signals, too, it looks like Google has emitted security fixes for Android that should be installed, should you get the chance, as they can be potentially exploited to hijack devices.…
Accused Hacker Laurie Love To Sue National Crime Agency To Retrieve Confiscated Computing Kit
6th Feb 2019 [2 months ago] from The Register
Using Police Property Act 1897 to get PCs, storage devices back, representing himself in court Lauri Love, the Brit who beat US attempts to extradite him over accusations of hacking, is suing the National Crime Agency (NCA) to get back...
Londons Met Police Confess: We Made Just One Successful Collar In Latest Facial Recog Trial
6th Feb 2019 [2 months ago] from The Register
Force will run 1 more full-day rollout after snow stopped play London cops use of facial recognition tech last week resulted in only one person being charged, while another was handed a £90 on-the-spot fine after trying to avoid the...
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