The latest Loose Leaf Security is out, a handful of Geoffrey and my own security adventures, including concerns about Twitter's "favorites" evolved into "likes," and some juicier news stories:
Security stories: surveillance databases, unlocking apps, unexpected photo booths, and evolving data
In a special holiday episode, Liz and Geoffrey take a look at some recent security stories in more detail, from surveillance databases facilitating identity theft to unexpected facial recognition at concerts to changes in the meaning of social network activity. They also discuss how to properly secure high-value apps on your phone and some of their own plans to improve their security over winter break.
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