Fake news and information operations with no obvious solution. Equifax update. US Cyber Command vs. DPRK
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In today's podcast, we consider the bogus rumors and highly questionable claims of responsibility circulating online after the Las Vegas massacre. ISIS is especially keen to make inspirational capital out of senseless killing and suffering. Google and Facebook come under pressure to moderate the content they carry. The UK prepares to pass tougher restrictions on viewing radical content. The Equifax breach gets two-and-a-half-million people bigger. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS on Yahoo! data breach victims’ right to sue. Tony Gauda, CEO of ThinAir on dealing with insider threats. And US Cyber Command is said to have disrupted North Korean intelligence networks.
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