The “moderate to severe” vulnerabilities discovered by the hacker LimitedResults has since been fixed, according to the smart bulb company LIFX.
Google Calendar Settings Gaffes Exposes Users' Meetings, Company Details
“The rise of cloud and SaaS has exposed misconfigurations that might have had limited impact in the past,” said Erlin. “Any single data point that’s exposed might seem innocuous enough, but the technology to combine those data points into something useful for criminals is out there.”
Millions of Americans’ Medical Images and Data Are Available on the Internet. Anyone Can Take a Peek. — ProPublica
Medical images and health data belonging to millions of Americans, including X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans, are sitting unprotected on the internet and available to anyone with basic computer expertise.
Privacy Law News
Get to know the California CCPA amendment update.
California Lawmakers Pass Bill Requiring 'Data Brokers' To Register
The state's new data-broker measure comes more than one year after Vermont passed a bill requiring companies that sell “personal information” about state residents to register.
Your DNA Belongs on the Blockchain
Gene-sequencing startup Nebula is changing the way how Personal Information is handled.
New federal rules limit police searches of family tree DNA databases
Per the policy, “forensic genetic genealogy” should generally be used only for violent crimes such as murder and rape, as well as to identify human remains.
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With Firefox, stop leaking your data across the internet
How to use Firefox's content blocking tools.