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Exposing Cambridge Analytica : ’It’s been exhausting, exhilarating, and slightly terrifying’ - 29 septembre 2018
Observer reporter Carole Cadwalladr on her investigation into the firm at the centre of a data breach that shamed Facebook and exposed foul play in the EU referendum campaign and US presidential election Earlier this year, The Observer and The Guardian broke the story that became the Cambridge Analytica scandal. (...)

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HIDE AND SEEK Tracking NSO Group’s Pegasus Spyware to Operations in 45 Countries - 23 septembre 2018
In this post, we develop new Internet scanning techniques to identify 45 countries in which operators of NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware may be conducting operations. 1. Executive Summary Israel-based “Cyber Warfare” vendor NSO Group produces and sells a mobile phone spyware suite called Pegasus. To monitor a target, a (...)

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Child abuse algorithms : from science fiction to cost-cutting reality - 17 septembre 2018
Councils trying to harness the power of big data also grapple with its ethical implications In an age of austerity, and a climate of fear about child abuse, perhaps it is unsurprising that social workers have turned to new technology for help. Local authorities – which face spiralling demand and an £800m funding (...)

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Councils use 377,000 people’s data in efforts to predict child abuse - 17 septembre 2018
Use of algorithms to identify families for attention raises stereotyping and privacy fears Vast quantities of data on hundreds of thousands of people is being used to construct computer models in an effort to predict child abuse and intervene before it can happen, the Guardian has learned. Amid mounting (...)

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GCHQ data collection regime violated human rights, court rules - 14 septembre 2018
Surveillance system revealed by Snowden breached right to privacy, Strasbourg judges say GCHQ’s methods for bulk interception of online communications violated privacy and failed to provide sufficient surveillance safeguards, the European court of human rights has ruled. But the ECHR found that GCHQ’s regime for (...)

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10 Human Rights Organisations v. United Kingdom - 14 septembre 2018
In March 2015, Privacy International, together with nine other NGOs, filed an application to the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), challenging two aspects of the United Kingdom’s surveillance regime revealed by the Snowden disclosures : (1) UK bulk interception of internet traffic transiting undersea fibre (...)

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Chiffrement : les Five Eyes demandent la coopération de l’industrie, non sans menace - 5 septembre 2018
Australie, Canada, Nouvelle-Zélande, Royaume-Uni et États-Unis appellent à la coopération du secteur des nouvelles technologies. Dans le cas contraire, les Five Eyes menacent de passer à l’offensive législative, sans expliquer le mode opératoire. Les Five Eyes, alliances des services de renseignement de ces cinq pays, se (...)

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‘Digital shackles’ : the unexpected cruelty of ankle monitors - 29 août 2018
Every day at about 5pm, 60-year-old Willard Birts has to find a power outlet. Then he has towait two hours next to it while the battery on his ankle monitor recharges. If he lets the battery drain, or enters San Mateo county, he risks being sent back to jail while he awaits trial. Birts pays $30 per day – that’s (...)

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Collecte abusive de données : Facebook a suspendu plus de 400 applications - 23 août 2018
Facebook a lancé au printemps un audit de « milliers d’applications » dans la foulée du scandale Cambridge Analytica. Facebook a annoncé, ce 22 août, avoir d’ores et déjà suspendu plus de 400 applications pour suspicion de collecte abusive de données sur sa plateforme. Le premier réseau social au monde avait annoncé, au (...)

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British and Canadian Governments Accidentally Exposed Passwords and Security Plans to the Entire Internet - 17 août 2018
By misconfiguring pages on Trello, a popular project management website, the governments of the United Kingdom and Canada exposed to the entire internet details of software bugs and security plans, as well as passwords for servers, official internet domains, conference calls, and an event-planning system. The (...)

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Hackable implanted medical devices could cause deaths, researchers say - 10 août 2018
Medtronic, a manufacturer of pacemakers and implantable insulin pumps, won’t fix security vulnerabilities in its products A range of implanted medical devices with nine newly discovered security vulnerabilities won’t be fixed by the manufacturer, despite the possibility that, if abused, the weaknesses could lead to (...)

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’Data is a fingerprint’ : why you aren’t as anonymous as you think online - 13 juillet 2018
So-called ‘anonymous’ data can be easily used to identify everything from our medical records to purchase histories In August 2016, the Australian government released an “anonymised” data set comprising the medical billing records, including every prescription and surgery, of 2.9 million people. Names and other (...)

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Watchdog investigates links between Canadian data firm and Vote Leave - 12 juillet 2018
Information Commissioner’s Office inquiry into AggregateIQ is one of many started by ICO in response to data misuse claims The Information Commissioner’s Office is investigating the relationship between the Canadian data firm AggregateIQ, Vote Leave and a number of other leave campaigns, the body has said in a (...)

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Le Royaume-Uni inflige une amende de 7 minutes de chiffre d’affaires à Facebook - 11 juillet 2018
Le Royaume-Uni vient d’infliger son amende la plus lourde à Facebook à la suite de l’affaire Cambridge Analytica : 500 000 livres. La première amende d’un législateur à la suite de l’affaire Cambridge Analytica est tombée : c’est le Royaume-Uni qui ouvre le bal et l’équivalent de la CNIL dans le pays a fait une requête pour (...)

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Europe is using smartphone data as a weapon to deport refugees - 10 juillet 2018
European leaders need to bring immigration numbers down, and metadata on smartphones could be just what they need to start sending migrants back Smartphones have helped tens of thousands of migrants travel to Europe. A phone means you can stay in touch with your family – or with people smugglers. On the road, you (...)

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Comment l’Europe utilise les données mobiles des migrants pour les expulser - 10 juillet 2018
Alors que les dirigeants européens tentent de s’entendre sur la gestion des flux migratoires, certains États-membres ont commencé à utiliser la technologie pour accélérer les expulsions. Les autorités récupèrent les données des smartphones des migrants afin de retracer leur parcours. Pour rester en contact avec leur (...)

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Reconnaissance faciale et forces de l’ordre, la peur de "Big Brother" - 9 juillet 2018
De plus en plus populaire dans les appareils électroniques, la reconnaissance faciale est aussi de plus en plus utilisée par les forces de l’ordre, au grand dam des défenseurs des libertés individuelles, qui la jugent liberticide et peu fiable. Longtemps un fantasme d’écrivains de science-fiction, le fait de (...)

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À Londres, la police teste une technologie de reconnaissance faciale pour retrouver des suspects : - 2 juillet 2018
L’intelligence artificielle fait encore parler d’elle au moment où des questions fusent sur l’éthique autour de son utilisation. À Londres, des millions de personnes ont déjà leurs visages passés au crible par un logiciel, ce, dans la plupart des cas, à leur insu. D’après la police, l’utilisation de la technologie est (...)

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Facial recognition to be deployed by police across London, sparking human rights concerns - 2 juillet 2018
Millions of people face the prospect of being scanned by police facial recognition technology that has sparked human rights concerns. The controversial software, which officers use to identify suspects, has been found to be “staggeringly inaccurate”, while campaigners have branded its use a violation of privacy. (...)

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Swann home security camera sends video to wrong user - 2 juillet 2018
A leading security camera-maker has sent footage from inside a family’s home to the wrong person’s app. Swann Security has blamed a factory error for the data breach - which was brought to its attention by the BBC - and said it was a "one-off" incident. However, last month another customer reported a similar (...)