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On July 18, a group of 17 newspaper and media organizations—aided by Amnesty International’s Security Lab and the research group Citizen Lab—revealed that one of the world’s most advanced and viciously invasive spyware tools had been used to hack, or attempt to hack, into 37 mobile phones owned by human rights activists, journalists, political dissidents, […]

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The trade-off between widespread technology adoption and responsible use often lies on the spectrum of privacy. When it comes to technologies fueled by data, such as artificial intelligence (AI), it’s even harder to strike the balance between equitable access and inherent risk. This is felt heavily in the healthcare industry, as regulations around information sharing […]

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Zoom’s presentation at RSA Conference 2021 focused on end-to-end encryption in Zoom Cloud Meetings. The company explained why its developers are focusing on the issue, how they plan to make calls more secure, and what other new, security-related features users can expect. A little history The pandemic forced many of us to switch to long-term […]

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