Real-Time Crime Centers

First Ban on Selling Location Data, Prohibiting Password Managers, Real-Time Crime Center Concerns

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In this episode we discuss how Massachusetts lawmakers are pushing a groundbreaking bill to ban the buying and selling of location data from mobile devices. This legislation raises vital questions about consumer privacy, digital stalking, and national security threats.

Next, we discuss the pros and cons of prohibiting external password managers within organizations. Join the conversation as we weigh the benefits, downsides, and best practices surrounding this hotly debated topic.

Finally, we discuss the rise of Real-Time Crime Centers (RTCCs) and the concerns they raise regarding mass surveillance, privacy rights, and data misuse.

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Kevin’s rant about the recent ISC(2) board-approved candidates for the board!

Selling Your Cellphone Location Data Might Soon Be Banned in U.S. for First Time

Pros and Cons of Prohibiting Usage of External Password Managers in an Organization

The Quiet Rise of Real-Time Crime Centers

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1 comment
  • Interesting blog post. I’m glad to see that the FTC is taking steps to protect consumers from location data being sold without their consent. I’m also concerned about the potential for real-time crime centers to use this data to track

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