1.5% of website logins use credentials that have been compromised, Google data shows.
Bluetooth has a vulnerability that can cause some devices to be snooped upon or hijacked. There’s no evidence that this ‘KNOB attack’ has been exploited yet.
More evidence that Facebook moderators have a rough life:The Intercept reports that outsourcing giant Accenture tried to violate the privacy of trauma counselling sessions the moderators take as a result of their harrowing work,
YouTube is to stop copyright owners from videos that use their music in very short or accidental ways.This sounds sensible.
Google’s experimental app team Area 120 has created a new monetisation suite for YouTubers. Fundo “allows creators to invite their fans to virtual meet & greet sessions and other paid online events,” Variety reports.
“Even in the famed computer science program, students are no longer sure they’d go to work for Facebook or Google… A competing dream appears to be growing in fervor: to use technical skills as an insurance policy against dystopia.”