We start with how wrong I was last week, with two huge mistakes. I posted a teaser video about a Monosnap screencast I did for ScreenCasts Online, and how I was on Daily Tech News Show #3248 where we talked about whether the announcements from Apple will help them get back in the game with education. Then I’ll walk you through the harrowing tale of how awful both iBooks Author and Pages are at creating ebooks. Then Bart joins us to give a follow up on the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook kerfuffle, he’ll tell us about two new laws in the US called SESTA/FOSTA and the CLOUD act, and he’ll tell us about the very clever fix Apple came up with for the HSTS vulnerability that’s plaguing all browsers.
- Cambridge Analytica & Facebook Kerfuffle Followup
- Additional developments:
- It’s been revealed that Facebook scraped call and text data from Android phones for years. Technically users did opt in to the collection, but it doesn’t seem to have been informed consent based on the public reaction to the reporting:
- 🇺🇸 The FTC is investigating Facebook — nakedsecurity.sophos.com/… & www.imore.com/…