Details on the Robinhood data breach (apparently caused by a social engineering attack) affecting approximately 7 million customers, and a discussion about surveillance and privacy concerns from a 600-hour leak of Dallas Police Department helicopter footage.
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Robinhood Trading App Suffers Data Breach Exposing 7 Million Users’ Information
Activists leak 600 hours of mostly Dallas police helicopter footage after city’s 22 terabyte loss of criminal case data
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