In episode 136 for August 31st 2020: Uber’s former security chief is charged over covering up a 2016 data breach, Facebook pushes for data portability legislation, and how a malicious iOS SDK breached the privacy of millions of mobile users.
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Former Uber Security Chief Charged Over Covering Up 2016 Data Breach
Facebook pushes for data portability legislation ahead of FTC hearing
Malicious iOS SDK breaches user privacy for millions
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