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Assume ClubHouse Conversations Are Being Recorded, Researchers Warn

At nearly a year old, the invitation-only, audio-based social-media platform ClubHouse is grappling with security issues on multiple fronts, but the consensus among researchers is coming into focus: Assume your ClubHouse conversations are being recorded. The company confirmed to Bloomberg that over the weekend a user was able to breach . . . Read more

Complaint Blasts TikTok’s ‘Misleading’ Privacy Policies

TikTok is again in hot water for how the popular video-sharing app collects and shares data – particularly from its underage userbase. An umbrella group comprising 44 consumer-privacy watchdog organizations have filed a complaint against TikTok, saying the wildly-popular video-sharing platform has “misleading” data-collection policies. ByteDance-owned TikTok has skyrocketed in . . . Read more

Fallen victim to online fraud? Here’s what to do…

by Lisa Ventura This guest post is by Lisa Ventura, founder and CEO of the UK Cyber Security Association, a not-for-profit that raises awareness of the importance of cybersecurity for small and medium-sized businesses. Online fraud is a huge challenge for businesses and consumers alike as cybercriminals continue to develop . . . Read more

Spotify Suffers Second Credential-Stuffing Cyberattack in 3 Months

As many as 100,000 of the music streaming service’s customers could face account takeover. Spotify streaming music aficionados are in the crosshairs of yet another credential-stuffing cyberattack, just three months after the last one. The service has forced password resets for impacted users. Cybercriminals carrying out credential-stuffing take advantage of . . . Read more