A Freedom of Information request has revealed that the number of healthcare data breaches reported between April and June 2014 doubled compared to the same period in the previous year. The problem; it's not the technology, it's you and me.
An Uber job applicant says he enjoyed unfettered access to customer data for a day just as if he were an employee. It's not surprising, given that the company reportedly tracked notable people for fun at the Chicago launch party.
Not just anywhere on Facebook, mind you: hiding behind a pseudonym, the man posted the photos to his ex's employer's page, and urged them to fire her. His one-year sentence comes from the first conviction under the revenge porn law California passed in October 2013.