Yet another crop of nude photos has been released. More will come. The salacious are still as thrilled as ever, but much of the internet is just hitting the snooze button and rolling over. Why do we stop caring about theft and privacy invasion?
Facebook says it was "unprepared" for the ruckus stirred up around its emotional contagion research, and that there were things "it should have done differently." Does that include asking for informed consent next time?
JP Morgan Chase has confirmed that user information including names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses for 76 million households and 7 million small businesses has been stolen in one of the largest data breaches ever.
The number of security incidents is popping, as are associated costs to mop them up, according to a report from PcW. Global corporate security budgets, meanwhile, seem to be hiding in the closet, just hoping it all goes away.
Facebook's apologised and promised to fix what turns out to be, it admits, an unsophisticated policy that doesn't reflect the importance of pseudonyms in protecting people from harassment and violence.