This week in the Weekly News Roundup, Privacy-focused cameras Eufy are not as private as advertised. We see Windows malware scaning phones and other attached devices for anything interesting, and Linus is being hard on the developers before the holiday festivities sets in. We also look at SillyVille.
These Tax Filing Websites are Sending Your Tax Info to Facebook
This week in the Privacy News, the student loan debt relief scam was just a way to collect emails for POTUS, CCTV cameras are everywhere and a new program is raising awareness, and iPhone analytics collects data that is directly tied to the consumer. Also, the most popular tax filing websites may be sending your personal information to Meta. We also look at security news.
SFPD Planning on Deadly Force Robots
This week in Business News, Mercedes plans a subscription for acceleration and Tesla wants chaos on the roads. Also, Alexa is losing money, iCloud photos leak into other people's accounts, and San Francisco looks to use robots capable of deadly force...what could go wrong? We also go to SillyVille.
Telehealth Privacy Debacle
This week in Privacy News, Australia renters have a new anti-consumer rental tool, encryption is the best protection against data leaks, and Google's integrated health app is in beta. Also, further concerns about telehealth medicine is reaching the minds of people. We also look at some security news.
Banking as a Service | What Are The Risks?
This week in Business News, the LinkedIn-HiQ Labs scraping fight ends with LinkedIn on top, the FCC forces ISPs to issue "nutrition labels", and Amazon starts the robot revolution. Also, Google Play puts ads in the play store, and Banking as a Service wants to be invisible to the end users...what could go wrong? We also visit SillyVille.
Apple Tracks Everything You Do in the App Store
This week in Privacy News, a new Australian bill suggests fines against tech companies over seas...for over seas customers. Also, police would get access to GPS data easier. Finally, Apple has been tracking everything you do in the app store to a bid to place ads. We also look at security news.
Signal Is Losing It's Way
This week in Business News, Tesla will be rolling out Zoom calls in the car, YouTube keeps pushing shorts in the worst of places, and Microsoft has new tests going on in the developer previews. Also, Signal is starting to lose its way. We also go to SillyVille.
Google Now Analyzing Your Child's Voice
This week in Privacy News, Chegg is accused of leaking private data several times, TikTok employees have access to user data after all, a new VPN comes with free malware, and Google is now tracking your child's voice. We will also look at some security news.
Robots Writing Code...What Could Go Wrong?
This week in the Business News, Photoshop to start charging extra for using colors, Amazon pushes pirated content, LinkedIn adds some creepy new verification features, and Google wants robots to start writing code. We also look at silly news.