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AxisOfEasy #154: Police use Twitter’s Dataminr to surveil #BlackLivesMatter protestors

by on July 14, 2020
In this issue:
  • Ex security advisor: China’s hacking of Nortel was the beginning of the end
  • Canadians can opt-out of facial recognition DB by opting into DB
  • LinkedIn sued for iOS clipboard spying
  • Police use Twitter’s Dataminr to surveil BlackLivesMatter protestors
  • Backdoors found in 29 FTTH devices manufactured in China
  • More malware found preinstalled in phones supplied in US gov program
  • US Judge skeptical that 1st Amendment means ISPs can sell your data
  • Driver charged with negligence after Tesla on autopilot crashes into police cruiser
  • Mozilla suspends file-sending service on malware concerns
  • Canadian Tire stores shutdown after every item scans as Mr. Potatohead
  • AxisOfEasy Salon #12: The Rise and Fall of the Neo-Feudal Network State

AxisOfEasy #154: Police use Twitter’s Dataminr to surveil #BlackLivesMatter protestors
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