Here’s a round-up of interesting reading we found online today*;
Breach Update, "Twitter hack: Bognor Regis man one of three charged".
Insight, "Why a Data Breach at a Genealogy Site Has Privacy Experts Worried. Nearly two-thirds of GEDmatch’s users opt-out of helping law enforcement. For a brief window this month, that didn’t matter".
News, "Top judges and prosecutors give crime suspects the right to keep their nationality a secret - in blow to ministers trying to speed up the removal of foreign offenders. Only criminals convicted at the end of trial will have to provide their nationalities. The rules been forced on Ministers by top judges, prosecutors and police chiefs. Requiring suspects to give their nationality is thought to breach privacy laws".Insight, "This Sublime Samsung Security App Has 1 Billion Downloads, Here’s Why"
News, "Labour Party is latest victim of Blackbaud ransomware attack. Widening Blackbaud data breach ensnares the Labour Party as the cloud software firm continues to duck questions about its behaviour".
*These sites aren’t affiliated with GDPR Community and these aren’t an advertisement, they’re simply site’s we’ve thought the community might have an interest in reading.