Latest News for: Data intrusion


China may prefer TikTok to be banned than fall into US hands

Egypt Independent 29 Mar 2023
“Unless they can somehow still access TikTok’s data through other means and methods, including ongoing cyber intrusion and other forms of back-door access.” ... firms and endure rigorous third party audits and government intrusion, in addition to transferring ownership,” Capri said.

Beyond the Wall by Katja Hoyer review – overturning cliches of East Germany

The Guardian 29 Mar 2023
Not so, argues East German-born historian Katja Hoyer ... She writes ... In this, it was arguably less intrusive, certainly less effective, than today’s data-plundering techno-giants ....

Striim Achieves Google Cloud Ready - AlloyDB Designation

The Galveston Daily News 29 Mar 2023
Striim collects data in real time from enterprise databases (using non-intrusive change data capture), log files, messaging systems, and sensors, and delivers it to virtually any target on-premises or in the cloud with sub-second latency enabling real-time operations and analytics.

Granby board approves new police department license plate cameras

Sky-Hi News 29 Mar 2023
The cameras only register license plates and delete their data after 30 days, Soliman-Valdez said ... A public commenter expressed concerns about the cameras being too intrusive in their data collection, and trustees discussed whether the “Big Brother feel” of the cameras would cause concern.

From Ukraine to the Whole of Europe: Cyber Conflict Reaches a Turning Point

The Galveston Daily News 29 Mar 2023
The third quarter of 2022 marked a transition to a wave of DDoS attacks, in contrast to the first quarter of 2022, which saw a range of different kinds of attacks, divided more or less equally among data leaks and theft, DDoS attacks, espionage, influence campaigns, intrusion, ransomware, phishing, wiper and infostealer attacks 3.

Discovery Leadership Masterclass Series with Frank Adu Anim: Towards a sustainable economy (2)

B & FT Online 29 Mar 2023
... to protect security and privacy in the digital age so to avoid potential large-scale intrusions and minimize abuses. However, to make the most of digital technology, a free flow of data must be encouraged, backed up by a set of rules that meet other policy goals and measures.

Top 10 Conservative Idiots #14-9: The Man Who Didn't Know Much Edition

Democratic Underground 29 Mar 2023
Last week's testimony from TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew "increased the likelihood that Congress will take some action" on the hugely popular and controversial social media app after his remarks on Capitol Hill failed to allay bipartisan worries over potential data privacy issues and Chinese government intrusion, Rep.

EU: Stronger Rules Needed for Political Ads

Human Rights Watch 28 Mar 2023
The voter profiles that fuel this targeted messaging are also growing increasingly intrusive and detailed, with one political party boasting to have amassed over 3,000 data points on each voter in 2020 while political data brokers include inferences on voters’ credit ratings and political views in voter profiles for sale.

Israeli perimeter detection tech spreading around the world

Cleveland Jewish News 27 Mar 2023
When networks of such sensors are installed on barriers, and mixed with advanced algorithms that monitor the sensor data and decide when to issue alerts, human operators receive intrusion warnings that are extremely precise and timely, while false alarms—the bane of the perimeter detection world—are reduced to a minimum.

Bluejay Mining PLC Announces Drilling results from Enonkoski JV with Rio Tinto

Eagle-Tribune 27 Mar 2023
Note that these pXRF data represent local spot measurements of individual sulphide droplets and are therefore not representative of a specific interval.Drill hole ENON0027 intercepted a significant width of gabbroic and noritic rocks and the results confirmed that the Laukunlampi ...

Gorilla Technology Shares Rise After Two AI Partnerships

Market Watch 27 Mar 2023
By Bob Henderson. Gorilla Technology Group Inc ... The E-300 performs artificial intelligence computations on data from video cameras, including those performing facial recognition, human intrusion detection and vehicle analytics ... .

France latest to ban TikTok on government devices

Computer Weekly 27 Mar 2023
Following the UK government and parliamentary bans enacted on video-sharing social media platform TikTok – citing data privacy concerns given TikTok’s Chinese origins – the French government has also ...Data privacy has always remained a sensitive issue but now more people are starting to become aware of the intrusive nature of these apps.

Congress closer to a TikTok ban or forced sale after CEO's concerning testimony, Rep. Gallagher says

ABC7 27 Mar 2023
... "increased the likelihood that Congress will take some action" on the hugely popular and controversial social media app after his remarks on Capitol Hill failed to allay bipartisan worries over potential data privacy issues and Chinese government intrusion, Rep.

TII partners with MBZUAI to drive Abu Dhabi’s smart city ambitions

Urdu Point 27 Mar 2023
The partnership involves a team of AIDRC scientists, including Prof ... Prof ... However, he also emphasised the challenges in using AI for real-time applications in smart cities, which requires substantial computing resources, diverse data sets, and malware code features to safeguard against intrusion behavior and anomaly signatures ... Prof ... Prof ... ....

Utah’s social media for kids law could be coming to a state near you

Vox 25 Mar 2023
... am, and social media companies can’t advertise to or collect data on minors ... “The FTC and state regulators should crack down on predatory design practices like autoplay and infinite scroll, the use of personal data for algorithmic recommendations, and intrusive notifications.” .

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