Tag: data privacy

Public and Private Gears

Episode 206: What Might A Federal Data Privacy Law Mean In the US?

With movement towards passage of a federal data privacy law stronger than ever, we invite two experts in to the Security Ledger studio to talk about what that might mean for U.S. residents and businesses: Stacey Gray, who is a Senior Counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum and Rehan Jalil, the CEO of Securiti.ai.

Zoom Security

Exclusive: Flaws in Zoom’s Keybase App Kept Chat Images From Being Deleted

A serious flaw in Zoom’s Keybase secure chat application left copies of images contained in secure communications on Keybase users’ computers after they were supposedly deleted.

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Update: Neopets Is Still A Thing And Its Exposing Sensitive Data

Neopets, the virtual pets website has exposed a wide range of sensitive data online including information that might be used to identify site users, security researchers report.

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Book argues for New Laws to break Social Media Monopolies

The US economy hasn’t simply allowed tech giants to ignore the social harms of their platforms; it has incentivized it. In his new book, Terms of Disservice, Dipayan Ghosh says regulation may be the only solution.

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IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) is the Slow Motion Data Breach Nobody notices

Efforts to wall off sensitive corporate and government data from foreign adversaries have a gaping hole: IT asset disposition (ITAD), where vendors – many owned by Chinese firms – process discarded hardware and data with little oversight.