The metaverse, capturing the things we imagine, will be the The next privacy crisis
The encroachments on our privacy are proceeding apace
To get some money back, US Citizens Sue Company That Processes Billions of Texts For Exposing Their Data
As Mozilla Firefox joins browsers implementing Global Privacy Control, the real question is whether the web sites honor the “do not track” requests.
Illustrating how carefully they vet their users, Facebook verified a fan page posing as Elon Musk
Surprisingly, no major new ransomware attacks were announced last week, despite the fact that It's a 'golden era' for cyber criminals - and it could get worse before it gets better and the claim that Ransomware has proliferated because it's 'largely uncontested', says GCHQ boss
In other hacks,
Reports on the state of IT security showed a surprising lack of commitment:
We’ll see lots more violations going forward!
On the positive side, Google Patches 2 Actively Exploited Chrome Zero-Days
Not all problems, though, are the result of attacks: KT clarifies routing error caused outage instead of DDoS attack
The different approach to privacy between the US and the EU seems to defy a solution: Data transfers between the EU and the US: Still unclear on what you're supposed to do? Here's an explainer
Coming down on the side of consumers,
Finally, China's personal data protection law kicks in today It will be interesting to watch how this plays out.