Apple silently removes Zoom’s hidden web server, Zoom back pedals on the flaw, Facebook gets slapped with a $5B FTC fine, and Apple cleans up the MacBook line-up
We begin with a jaw-dropping security vulnerability in the popular Zoom conferencing service, talk about macOS Catalina security enhancements, and some follow-up on iPhone 11 camera design.
Mark Zuckerberg pens a letter addressing Facebook’s stance on data encryption and privacy and future plans to make their platform safer, but is it all just PR fluff?
he Guardian has reported that documents have been discovered that reveal a secretive global lobbying operation by Facebook, targeting hundreds of legislators and regulators in an attempt to procure influence across the world. So what now?
We follow up one the Huawei 5G security debate, ask the question if foldable smartphones are the future, and figure out who will use Microsoft’s new Hololens 2.