Privacy as a competitive advantage.
Our guest Erez Yalon, senior director of security research at Checkmarx joins Dave to discuss Apple’s App Tracking Transparency policy, Ben describes how the FBI has been found violating some privacy laws, Dave has the story of Apple being sued over access to movies you buy online, and our Listener on the Line is Jonathan sharing updates on the ParkMobile breach and asking how companies be held to account for the loss of "basic data" when the harms that result can't be directly linked to the loss?
While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a lawyer, the views expressed do not constitute legal advice. For official legal advice on any of the topics we cover, please contact your attorney.
Links to stories:
- Federal court approved FBI’s continued use of warrantless surveillance power despite repeated violations of privacy rules
- Apple sued for terminating account with $25,000 worth of apps and videos
- ParkMobile Update: Security Notification - March 2021
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