Threatpost editors Tara Seals and Lindsey O’Donnell discuss a recent lawsuit against Amazon for its privacy policies, a Telegram DDoS attack and more.
Two lawsuits are seeking class-action status, alleging that Amazon records children and stores their voiceprints indefinitely.
Enjoy the video replay of the recent Threatpost cloud security webinar, featuring a panel of experts offering best practices and ideas for managing data in a cloudified world.
On this week’s Threatpost news wrap, the team discusses Facebook’s FTC fine for its data security practices, a report that Amazon is collecting Echo users’ geolocation data, and more.
An auditing program for the voice assistant technology exposes geolocation data that can be personally identified, sources said.
Amazon is under fire for its privacy policies after a Bloomberg report revealed that the company hires auditors to listen to Echo recordings.
Chris Vickery with UpGuard, who discovered two datasets exposing millions of Facebook records, discusses his findings and the implications of data collection with Threatpost.
After two databases were discovered leaking Facebook data, Facebook and Amazon are both pointing fingers – but researchers say the onus lies on all parties involved as data collection continues to grow.
Researchers theorize how Bezos’ very personal pictures may have been allegedly hacked.
The intimate recordings paint a detailed picture of a man’s life.