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2018-05-25 | Hello GDPR, AI security with Google Play Protect, and Echo’s fail
Friday, May 25
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Echo device in Oregon sent private audio to someone on a user's contact list without permission originally reported by CBS affiliate KIRO-7. Dan Kaminsky has some great thoughts in this thread. Wired says don’t freak out, as it’s like the “Echo version of a butt dial.” That’s comforting.
Shocking, but not shocking. Up to 85% of companies say they’re not GDPR compliant by today’s deadline
Troy Hunt’s comments on the debate about changes to HTTPS indicators and EV
Jack Daniel wants you to share the worst pentest reports you’ve ever seen
Machine learning update from Google Play Protect
Programming note: No Zero Daily on Monday due to Memorial Day holiday, back on Tuesday!
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