June 11, 2019
Tue. 06/11 - "Any data that is collected, WILL be breached."
An abject example of the maxim, “any data that is collected, will be breached,” Foxconn isn’t worried about a trade war so maybe Apple doesn’t have to be, electric car charging is about to get easier, and why it’s weird that Spotify can advertise against your moods.
Inside the Five-Sided Box: Lessons from a Lifetime of Leadership in the Pentagon by Ash Carter
Don’t smile for surveillance: Why airport face scans are a privacy trap (Washington Post)
The CBP Data Breach (TechCrunch)
Apple’s U.S. iPhones Can All Be Made Outside of China If Needed (Bloomberg)
Amazon to shut down its Amazon Restaurants business in the U.S. (GeekWire)
Amazon launches Personalize, a fully managed AI-powered recommendation service (VentureBeat)
Charging an electric car will get easier (TechCrunch)
This is how scammers are now abusing Google Calendar to pillage your data (ZDNet)
Big Mood Machine (The Baffler)
Radiohead Have The Last Laugh After Hackers Hold 18 Hours Of Their Unreleased Music Ransom (HuffingtonPost UK)