Some users in the UK of telehealth app Babylon Health were able to view the videos of other patients’ online doctor visits.
Clearview AI made the news earlier this year in a New York Times article about their controversial facial recognition software built from billions of images obtained by scraping the Internet.
A recent report on CBC News discusses that Canadians can request to see what images Clearview AI has collected of them, but may not have the option to request for their removal.
It’s been a tough go with minimal success – convincing family and friends to install yet another app.
People are going to use what “all” of their friends are already using, and are reluctant to install something “special” just to communicate with one person (me).
This post is my tiny part in attempting to help foster further adoption of Signal.
Last week, the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), issued a press release announcing that May 2020 saw the largest number of monthly .ca domain names registered in the registry’s 20+ year history.
An important detail to know when registering a domain name for your new website is that anyone can find out the owner’s (registrant) contact information by performing a WHOIS lookup.
Cyber-security investigator Brian Krebs has posted on his blog KrebsOnSecurity, the discovery that Privnote.com imposter site “Privnotes.com” has been replacing Bitcoin addresses within its’ users’ private messages.