Is there a fundamental right to privacy—and if so, what does it look like practically? David Lee and Mike Kiser explore privacy and the right of end users over their own personal data in the wake of recent news about the reselling of personal data to third parties on the series of tubes that we know as the interwebs. How can security practitioners effectively yell “I am Spartacus!” on behalf of their users. Also discussed: Android users’ call and text data mined by Facebook, 1.5 billion files with sensitive data out there for the taking, and how the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report highlights ransomware as the leading type of malware.
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