Amazon will monitor customer service workers' every keyboard and mouse movement to combat data theft
"The company defends the decision citing instances when hackers or imposters might have accessed a worker's account to steal customer information."
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Twitter locks account of Indian opposition party
"Twitter's censorship in India has increased in recent months."
Why you should care about Zoom’s $85m privacy lawsuit
"Zoom has agreed to an $85 million settlement after lying about its encryption and security standards. Here's how it affects you."
Microsoft Confirms (Yet Another) PrintNightmare Flaw as Ransomware Actors Pounce | SecurityWeek.Com
"Microsoft released a pre-patch advisory to confirm a severe new PrintNightmare vulnerability (CVE-2021-36958) and CrowdStrike warns that ransomware actors are already launching exploits."
How Private Is My VPN? – The Markup
"VPNs promise privacy, but The Markup found their apps and websites full of trackers"
A new Senate bill would totally upend Apple and Google’s app store dominance – TechCrunch
"With two giants calling the shots and collecting whatever tolls they see fit, mobile software makers have long complained that app stores take an unfair cut of the cash that should be flowing directly to developers. Hearing those concerns, a group of senators introduced a new bill this week that, i…"
FlyTrap Malware Threatens Facebook Hacks via Android Devices, Here's How to Avoid It
"The FlyTrap Malware has made a threat to Android users to hack their Facebook accounts. "
O (no!) Canada: Fast-moving Proposal Creates Filtering, Blocking and Reporting Rules—And Speech Police to Enforce Them - Activist Post
"Policymakers around the world are contemplating a wide variety of proposals to address “harmful” online expression."
White House meets with Facebook about "misinformation," warned that FB would be the "No. 1" pandemic story
"The collusion continues, a new report suggests."
New report shows how one TECNO phone can be putting people’s privacy and security at risk
"Privacy International research released today shows that the brand new TECNO Y2 phone is being sold with outdated versions of the Android operating system."