Interwebbed Cyber and Crypto news for July 27

Brain Training Toys via Popular Science on Facebook

Brain Training Toys via Popular Science on Facebook

Just another manic Monday at the Cryptosphere, kittens. Your car’s been hacked and, worse, recalled. Canadian Snowbirds Snowdens? Where can you watch cop cams in peace? The Return of CISPA!!11!  The Return of Palantir Technologies! And worse…

You’re gonna need a doppio for this lot.

Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.4 million cars over remote hack vulnerability (ArsTechnica)

Hundreds gather to mourn at Sandra Bland funeral (DW)

A Canadian Snowden? CSE warns of “insider threats” (TorStar)

Download o’ the Day: Securing Electronic Health Records on Mobile Devices from NIST (NIST)

Mapping Access to Police Body-Worn Camera Video (RCFP)

Oh. Joy. Cue the Alanis Morissette tunes and the undead jokes. CISPA is Back! (CISPAIsBack)

Geniuses Representing Universal Pictures Ask Google To Delist For Piracy (TechDirt)

TELIDON: The Canadian pre-internet you’ve never heard of it: The Original Net Artists (Motherboard)

Blame Lizard Squad! What’s left of it. Steam Hit by Major Security Breach, Many Accounts Hacked (MasterHerald)

US State of Georgia sues ‘terrorist’ for publishing its own laws … on the internet (TheRegister)

Barrett Brown nemesis Palantir Technologies raises a spare $450 million (MarketWatch)

Deep Neural Nets Can Now Recognize Your Face in Thermal Images (MIT)

Is there a reasonable expectation of privacy when you “pocket-dial” someone? (WaPo)

Deleting Crimes at the New York Times: Airbrushing History at the Paper of Record (CounterPunch)


Categories: Crime, Cyber, Cyberwar, Hackers, Interwebbed, Leaks, News, Politics, Privacy, Security, Surveillance

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