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Exploit brokers is dedicated to tech and hacking news commentary, hacking tutorials, and cyber security topics. Exploit brokers brings the knowledge of hacking to you. We review data breaches, malware infections, Botnet events, and other notable hacking events to learn how to better defend against it by getting in the mind of hackers. #cybersecurity #hackingnews #cybersec #whitehat
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Join Robert each week as he navigates the ever-changing landscape of data breaches, surveillance, and individual rights, offering expert insights and actionable advice to help you take control of your digital footprint. Join him for lively discussions, in-depth interviews, and practical tips to protect your privacy in today's connected world.
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In this thrilling episode of our cybersecurity series, we dive deep into the shadowy world of cyber espionage waged by two Chinese Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) groups against the nations of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Discover the tactics employed by infamous threat actors like Mustang Panda in their sophisticated digita…
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Privacy News Roundup by Robert Bateman California just released stricter guidelines for businesses. They can't ask for unnecessary personal info when you request access to your data. Google agreed to delete billions of browsing records following a lawsuit claiming "Incognito Mode" wasn't truly private. The UK is prioritizing children's online priva…
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In this episode of The Privacy Corner, we cover three major privacy news from this week: First, WorldCoin, a digital identity and cryptocurrency project by Sam Altman, faces legal challenges in Portugal and other countries due to its biometric data processing practices. Second, the UK attributes a significant data breach of the Electoral Commission…
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Join us for a special episode of the Privacy Corner as Robert Bateman, Data Privacy Expert, hosts Keir Lamont, Director for U.S. Legislation at the Future of Privacy Forum, on the My Health My Data Act, scheduled to take effect in Washington on March 31, 2024, for regulated entities. This legislation stands as one of the most comprehensive and sign…
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This week's episode of The Privacy Corner, with Robert Bateman and sponsored by Privado AI, covers three major privacy-related developments. Firstly, the OCR's updated guidance on tracking technologies for HIPAA covered entities, emphasizing strict regulations to avoid disclosing Protected Health Information (PHI) to vendors like Facebook and Googl…
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In this episode of Privacy Corner, Robert Bateman discusses three major privacy-related developments. Firstly, the EU AI Act has been passed by the parliament, detailing the gradual enforcement of prohibited AI practices, general purpose AI system rules, and high risk AI system obligations. Secondly, Kentucky has passed a comprehensive privacy law,…
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In this episode of The Privacy Corner, Robert Bateman highlights the week's top privacy developments. He discusses a complex CJEU case related to the Transparency and Consent Framework in digital advertising, highlights bold statements from the FTC on privacy and data collection following significant enforcement cases, and examines the ICO's call f…
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Dive into the dark world of cybercrime with our latest episode on Exploit Brokers, where we unravel the complexities of the Black Cat ransomware group and its fallout with Change Healthcare and UnitedHealth Group. Witness the intricacies of digital extortion, the inner workings of cybercriminal networks, and the colossal impact on the healthcare se…
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Privacy week in review with Robert Bateman President Biden issues a groundbreaking executive order on international data transfers, diverging sharply from the EU's approach. Meanwhile, in Canada, the Pornhub operator faces serious allegations of privacy violations, with consequences described as "devastating." Down in South Africa, a landmark enfor…
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In this gripping episode of Exploit Brokers, we dive deep into the shadows of cyberspace to uncover the resurgence of the notorious Black Cat ransomware group. Following their recent high-profile attack on UnitedHealth's technology unit, Optum, which disrupted prescription deliveries across the United States, Black Cat has declared war against the …
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In this episode of 'The Privacy Corner', Robert Bateman shares his top three privacy news developments for the week. He discusses the significant privacy fine and order imposed on UK based antivirus company Avast by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). He also talks about DoorDash's settlement under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the…
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In this explosive episode of Exploit Brokers, we delve into the groundbreaking takedown of LockBit, one of the most formidable names in the ransomware arena. With law enforcement agencies from the US, EU, and beyond joining forces, this rare international operation has sent shockwaves through the cybercrime world. From arrests in Ukraine and France…
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In this episode of 'The Privacy Corner', Robert Bateman discusses the week's top three privacy developments. He talks about the California Privacy Protection Agency winning an appeal which makes its CPRA regulations enforceable. Also, he discusses the priorities set out by the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) for enforcement up to 2024, whic…
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Welcome back to Exploit Brokers, where we delve deep into the world of cybersecurity, AI, and the digital battlegrounds of our time. In this episode, we're exploring a topic that sounds like it's straight out of a sci-fi movie, but is unfolding in real life: the integration of AI into military and cyber warfare by nation states. With an unprecedent…
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Stay informed about the ever-evolving landscape of privacy with Robert Bateman in this episode of Privacy Corner. This week, he delves into key developments, including the UK government's approach to AI regulation, the Federal Trade Commission's case against data broker Cochava, and the recent report from the Connecticut Attorney General regarding …
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In this week's Privacy Corner, Robert Bateman discusses three major privacy developments. The Italian regulator Garante contesting Chat GPT's GDPR compliance; Google's plan to incorporate its large language model 'Bard' into its messaging app, potentially raising e-privacy issues; and the ICO's update on its cookie sweep and the development of an A…
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Dive into the eye-opening world of cybersecurity as we dissect the recent cyber attack and Hacking Havoc that has plunged Fulton County into turmoil. Witness the frightening resemblance between fictional cyber threats depicted in shows like Mr. Robot and the stark reality facing our digital infrastructures today. This episode of Exploit Brokers tak…
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In this episode of The Privacy Corner, the first highlight is the French DPA's hefty fine on Amazon over its intrusive employee monitoring program. Up next is the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) stern action against data broker, InMarket, for mishandling sensitive location data. The episode concludes with useful guidance from the California Privac…
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🔒 Dive into the world of cybersecurity as we uncover the latest threats facing businesses in today's digital landscape. In this video, we dissect the Jason's Deli data breach, shedding light on the dangers of credential stuffing attacks. Discover how hackers exploit weak password habits and gain access to personal data, leaving thousands of custome…
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In this episode of Privacy Corner, Robert Bateman discusses three prominent privacy news developments of the week - EDPB's concluded coordinated enforcement action looking at Data Protection Officers across the EU, France's fine of 10 million euros to Yahoo for cookie violations, and the Spanish Data Protection Authority's (AEPD) view of cookies an…
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In this eye-opening episode of Exploit Brokers, we delve deep into the world of cybercrime, dissecting the sinister Phemedrone Stealer malware and its ability to pilfer your precious data. Join us as we explore the chilling reality that just one click on a seemingly harmless URL can lead to a catastrophic data breach. Discover the insidious tactics…
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In this gripping episode of Exploit Brokers, we delve deep into the intricate world of cryptocurrency and cybersecurity. Our journey begins with the astonishing SEC Twitter hack, where hackers manipulated the SEC's account to spread false information about Bitcoin ETF approvals. This led to a monumental $2,000 surge in Bitcoin prices, leaving the c…
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In this episode of The Privacy Corner, Robert Bateman discusses the latest updates in privacy laws within the U.S. These include details of Vermont's My Health, My Data Act, the effects of Utah's Consumer Privacy Act and finally, the universal opt-out mechanism defined by the Colorado Privacy Act. Bateman also mentions the upcoming Bridge Summit by…
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Welcome to another captivating episode of Exploit Brokers! In this installment, we delve deep into the ever-evolving world of cybercrime and digital security. Join us as we unravel two gripping stories that shed light on the precarious nature of our online existence. First up, we explore the dark corners of the internet where cybercriminals flood t…
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In this episode of Exploit Brokers, we delve into a recent online uproar surrounding T-Mobile and its alleged imposition of fines for text messages containing hate speech and other violations. We take a closer look at the image that sparked the controversy, which led many to fear that T-Mobile was turning into a "Big Brother" figure, constantly mon…
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The FTC is set to enhance children's online privacy with proposed changes to the COPPA Rule, aiming to strengthen safeguards against data misuse and increase parental control. - In a landmark decision, a retailer faces the FTC's order to delete its biometric database, highlighting the growing concerns and regulatory actions on biometric data privac…
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In this week's Privacy Corner, Robert Bateman presents his top three privacy stories, sponsored by Privado AI. He dives into the implications of a recent CGEU case, where the Lithuanian health ministry and a mobile app developer face fines due to GDPR violations for a COVID-19 contact tracing app. A lawsuit against Meta blends privacy and competiti…
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In this episode of Privacy Corner, Robert talks about key privacy-related news going on globally. He dives into the Court of Justice of the EU's latest judgement, the EU's upcoming AI Act, and the lawsuit Adobe is facing for allegedly tracking without consent. He also briefly describes EU's law-making process, explains implications of the latest pr…
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In this episode of The Privacy Corner, we go over the UK's introduction of 124 pages of amendments to its data protection reforms, potential implications, and concerns from some quarters. The new draft regulations from the California Privacy Protection Agency regarding automated decision-making and AI. And examine complaints raised against Meta due…
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In this episode of 'Privacy Corner', privacy expert Robert Bateman delves into some significant privacy news items. First on the agenda is Biden's eagerly awaited executive order on safe, AI, which heavily emphasizes privacy and introduces concepts such as 'Privacy Enhancing Technologies' and 'Differential Privacy Guarantee'. Second, the EDPB's dec…
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In this episode of Exploit Brokers, we delve into a chilling tale where artificial intelligence (AI) takes a dark turn, leading a young man down a perilous path of treason and an assassination plot against the Queen. The sinister liaison between man and machine unveils the unseen threats lurking in the digital shadows. Join Lauro as he dissects a r…
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🔍 In this episode of Exploit Brokers, we dive deep into the growing use of AI by government agencies like the CIA and IRS. Are we heading towards a world where AI is used in ways that could infringe upon our rights and privacy? Let's explore the concerns and implications. #AI #Privacy #GovernmentSurveillance #IRS #CIA #EthicalAI Join us as we disse…
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In a digital era where cybersecurity stands as the frontier's edge of organizational safety, even titans of industry find themselves under siege. The glittering giants of the gaming & hospitality industry, MGM and Caesars, have recently fallen prey to a formidable ransomware hacker group. We are seeing the opening of a new chapter in the narrative …
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In privacy news this week: Dive into the alarming rise of "Sherlock", the zero-click spyware infiltrating through targeted ads and its potential global implications. Delve deep into the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act's controversy, touching upon the tension between kids' online safety and free speech rights. Traverse the tumultuous wate…
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Zero-Click iPhone Horror: Pegasus Spyware Attack Against Exiled Russian Journalist In today's episode we dive and explore the alarming cyberattack that targeted an exiled Russian journalist through a zero-click iPhone exploit, leading to the deployment of the notorious Pegasus spyware. This incident sheds light on the escalating cybersecurity threa…
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Navigate the intricate maze of data privacy with the "Privacy Corner" podcast! Join Robert Bateman, a seasoned privacy advocate and industry expert, as he delves deep into the week's most pressing privacy stories from around the world. From corporate takeovers and their unforeseen data repercussions to evolving state legislations and international …
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We are unveiling the Threat: Chaes Malware's Attack on Banking and Financial Apps. We discuss the breadth of the attack and go over details as they were shared with "TheHackerNews". Join us as we help shed light on the increasing amount of malware and cyber attacks. #hackingnews #cybersecurity #malware #cyberattack #infosec #technews Source: https:…
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Beware! Roblox developers are being tricked by imitation npm packages, and your security is at risk. This video is a warning to all Roblox developers, and it's essential that you take steps to protect yourself from this type of attack. Stay safe online and make sure to keep your passwords safe! Source: https://www.darkreading.com/vulnerabilities-th…
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In the Dark Side of Hacking, we take a look at how Russian Hackers have shifted their focus to attacking infrastructure rather than individuals after being identified and putting victims through panic. Google AI launches a new bug hunting strategy called Fuzzing, which uses a machine learning algorithm to search for flaws in software. Fuzzing is a …
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In our latest Privacy Corner discussion, we talked about privacy issues with the new education app Satin and how it shares students' private info. We also covered Zoom's TOS controversy around AI training. Finally, we got an overview of new state privacy laws passed in 2022 and 2023 from privacy expert Jody Daniels, including in CA, VA, CO, CT, UT …
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Join Robert Bateman in this week's Privacy Corner, where he explores key privacy-related issues. This episode discusses Meta's switch to consent-based advertising in Europe, the progress of the Kids Online Safety Act and COPPA 2.0 in the US, and a controversial case involving UK's ICO and FaceWatch. Subscribe for weekly insights on how privacy, tec…
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In this week's news Robert Bateman, and Abishai, a privacy advisor from Privacy Team, talk about recent privacy news items and developments regarding the EU US Data Privacy Framework. They discuss the Norwegian Data Protection Authority banning Meta from behavioral advertising in Norway, the California Attorney General enforcing the CCPA to cover e…
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In this week's episode, we discuss recent developments in data protection and privacy laws, including a major EU court decision that found Meta cannot rely on consent, contract, or legitimate interests for targeted ads. We also cover a $3 billion lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft alleging privacy violations and actions against Google Analytics b…
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