In this week’s episode of the Transatlantic Cable podcast Jeff, Ahmed, and I look at some of the more interesting stories to come out of the cybersecurity space this week.
We start on a somber note, with a story of a woman who found a video of herself on Pornhub. After getting the content taken down, she began working with a team to create an app that uses AI to help women find content that includes their faces. Following that, we discuss some recent news about Instagram, which is defaulting all teen accounts to private, and an upcoming Android update that privacy advocates should appreciate.
From there, we have two additional stories: the first about an Instagram influencer convicted of money laundering and BEC (business e-mail compromise) scams, and finally, what an art teacher did with a dead cat (yes, really).
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- Chinese woman who found her video on Pornhub creates app to help other victims
- Instagram makes under-16s’ accounts private by default
- Upcoming Android privacy changes include ability to blank advertising ID, and ‘safety section’ in Play store
- Instagram influencer Hushpuppi pleads guilty to money laundering
- Art teacher creates ‘Frankenstein’s cat’ after trying taxidermy for the first time