Refusing to unlock your phone? Jail. UK judge sentences activist under TERRORISM law

Refusing to unlock your phone? Jail. UK judge sentences activist under TERRORISM law

The leader of the anti-immigrant group Britain First was fined and given a suspended sentence for refusing to unlock his phone and computer to police after returning from a trip to Russia last year, under UK anti-terrorism laws.

You Could Get Jailed For Not Installing Aarogya Setu App: Noida Police

You Could Get Jailed For Not Installing Aarogya Setu App: Noida Police

However, the police officials of Noida and Greater Noida have said that they will let go of the people who agree to download the app in front of them at the time of checking.

Reliance and Facebook pilot JioMart grocery shopping on WhatsApp

Reliance and Facebook pilot JioMart grocery shopping on WhatsApp

One of those collaborations may allow users to find local stores around them on WhatsApp, talk to store operators and place orders from within the Facebook-owned instant messaging service, he said last week.“You can browse shops and talk to the shop owner.

Google is reportedly working on its own Apple Card-style smart debit card

Google is reportedly working on its own Apple Card-style smart debit card

The company did release a statement to TechCrunch noting, “We’re exploring how we can partner with banks and credit unions in the US to offer smart checking accounts through Google Pay, helping their customers benefit from useful insights and budgeting tools, while keeping their money in an FDIC or NCUA-insured account.

People in China Need a Green Light From Alipay App to Move Around Country

People in China Need a Green Light From Alipay App to Move Around Country

Ant’s QR-based health code system assigns each user one of three colors -- green, yellow or red -- based on their location, basic health information and travel history.

Mastercard is pioneering new payment technology that identifies commuters by the way they walk

Mastercard is pioneering new payment technology that identifies commuters by the way they walk

The payment provider told MarketWatch that everyone has a unique walk, and it is investigating innovative behavioral biometrics such as gait, face, heartbeat and veins for cutting edge payment systems of the future.

Target's Delivery App Workers Describe a Culture of Retaliation and Fear

Target's Delivery App Workers Describe a Culture of Retaliation and Fear

In particular, on its official national Facebook group, known as the Shipt Shopper Lounge, which has more than 100,000 members, Shipt moderators selected by the company frequently censor and remove posts, turn off comments sections, and ban workers who speak out about their working conditions, according to screenshots, interviews, and other documentation provided to Motherboard.

Children’s apparel company Hanna Andersson discloses data breach

Children’s apparel company Hanna Andersson discloses data breach

Hanna Andersson, a children’s clothing company with stores across the country, has told customers that their card payment data may have been compromised in a security breach last year.

Cashless businesses are now banned in NYC

Cashless businesses are now banned in NYC

New York City’s restaurants and other retail establishments will no longer be allowed to reject cash payments under legislation passed by the City Council on Thursday.The legislation, which was approved 43-3, also prohibits businesses from charging cash-paying customers a higher price than those using credit.

You can now opt out of having your Samsung Pay data sold

You can now opt out of having your Samsung Pay data sold

I’m not a resident of California and still have the settings, so it seems like Samsung might be allowing anyone in the United States access to stop their data from being sold.

How much data are you sharing this holiday season?

How much data are you sharing this holiday season?

By skipping past this information, we could be agreeing to anything from our first born child for a fake social media site to the literal shirt off our backs to win an iPad. That’s why we read a handful of privacy policies from popular services you might use this busy travel season to see what kind of data they collect.

Dutch data regulator criticizes banks' use of payment data for ads — Quartz

Dutch data regulator criticizes banks' use of payment data for ads — Quartz

The bank said in an email that it was in talks with the regulator and that does not currently “send its customers personal offers for relevant ING products and services based on transaction data, and will not start these practices for the time being either.”.

Google Pay will offer checking accounts in 2020

Google Pay will offer checking accounts in 2020

“We’re exploring how we can partner with banks and credit unions in the U.S. to offer smart checking accounts through Google Pay, helping their customers benefit from useful insights and budgeting tools, while keeping their money in an FDIC or NCUA-insured account,” Ewer said in a statement, referring by acronym to two U.S. agencies that insure deposits.

How cash is becoming a thing of the past | DW Documentary (Banking documentary)

How cash is becoming a thing of the past | DW Documentary (Banking documentary)

And digital payment companies like Paypal or Visa simply want to profit from money transactions and collect as much financial data about consumers as they can.But as our financial behavior becomes more and more transparent, states are also using payment data to find out more about us.

Visa, Mastercard, Stripe, and eBay all quit Facebook’s Libra in one day

Visa, Mastercard, Stripe, and eBay all quit Facebook’s Libra in one day

Facebook's embattled Libra project suffered a major blow on Friday as four payment processors—Stripe, Visa, Mastercard, and Mercado Pago—withdrew from participation in the Libra Association, the Geneva-based group Facebook created to develop the virtual currency.

Yahoo could owe you $358 or more as a part of its data breach settlement

Yahoo could owe you $358 or more as a part of its data breach settlement

At the end of month, Yahoo announced that if you had an account any time between Jan.1, 2012, and Dec. 31, 2016, and are a resident of the US or Israel, you are part of the settlement class and can file a claim for part of the $117,500,000 settlement fund.

PayPal withdraws support for Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency

PayPal withdraws support for Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency

In a statement given to The Verge, Dante Disparte, the Libra Association’s head of policy and communications, reaffirmed the nonprofit’s commitment to “build a generational payment network.

Another Big Privacy Fine for Social Media Violations

Another Big Privacy Fine for Social Media Violations

This is just the latest in a number of privacy-related settlements and fines that various social media companies have been paying in the past year.With campaigns to manipulate people through social media adding to the mix, state legislatures have begun enacting laws that the federal government has yet to figure out.

Russell Stover Chocolates hit by data breach - what customers need to know

Russell Stover Chocolates hit by data breach - what customers need to know

Candymaker Russell Stover Chocolates announced Friday that a recent data security breach at its stores potentially affected the information of customers’ credit and debit cards.If a consumer suspects an unauthorized charge, they should immediately notify the bank or financial institution that issued the payment card.”.

Experian just invested in a location data company, which is a little creepy

Experian just invested in a location data company, which is a little creepy

Experian has long been one of those behind-the-scenes firms that collect wide swaths of data about hundreds of millions of American consumers and then sell it to retailers, advertisers, credit agencies, and other businesses who want to know as much as possible about their target markets.

This Online Black Market Will Sell Your Entire Digital Identity

This Online Black Market Will Sell Your Entire Digital Identity

An online marketplace called Richlogs is selling stolen digital fingerprints that include access to a person’s entire online presence or web activity.Basically, it’s enough data to let a buyer totally assume their identity online, according to a report published Wednesday by the cybersecurity firm IntSight.

Breach at Hy-Vee Supermarket Chain Tied to Sale of 5M+ Stolen Credit, Debit Cards — Krebs on Security

Breach at Hy-Vee Supermarket Chain Tied to Sale of 5M+ Stolen Credit, Debit Cards — Krebs on Security

Hy-Vee, based in Des Moines, announced on Aug. 14 it was investigating a data breach involving payment processing systems that handle transactions at some Hy-Vee fuel pumps, drive-thru coffee shops and restaurants.

Private Internet Access adds BEAM to its list of anonymous payment methods

Private Internet Access adds BEAM to its list of anonymous payment methods

Private Internet Access now accepts anonymous payments through BEAM, providing our users with yet another way to protect their privacy and anonymity when signing up for our service. On the next page, simply add the email address you use for BEAM and verify it, then click “Pay Now”.

The Impact of the GDPR over the Hotel Industry

The Impact of the GDPR over the Hotel Industry

Indeed the way the hotels industry processed and store the personal data need to be in accordance with the GDPR, or they risk hefty fines.

Privacy hazard: Centralized financial blue chips behind Facebook's GlobalCoin

Privacy hazard: Centralized financial blue chips behind Facebook's GlobalCoin

Totally centralized and run by the same payment processors already dominating the financial sector, Facebook's GlobalCoin looks more like a blockchain trojan horse than a cryptocurrency proper. So far a dozen companies have joined Project Libra / GlobalCoin, among them some of the top e-commerce businesses and financial payment processors today:.

Google Payment Privacy Settings Hidden Behind Special URL

Google Payment Privacy Settings Hidden Behind Special URL

Hidden privacy settings displayed using special URL These new privacy settings allow you to restrict how Google Pay shares your information with other companies owned or controlled by Google or with sites you visit.

/e/ pre-installed Grade A smartphones

/e/ pre-installed Grade A smartphones

And we’d love to hear which model you would buy if interested, so we can plan accordingly. You can register by clicking on the button located underneath your smartphone of choice, and leave your contact details so we can come back to you when these phones will be available.

SF approves ban on cashless stores – The San Francisco Examiner

SF approves ban on cashless stores – The San Francisco Examiner

“The purpose of this [law]is to ensure that all City residents — including those who lack access to other forms of payment are able to participate in the City’s economic life by paying cash for goods and many services.”.

Remote Code Execution on most Dell computers

Remote Code Execution on most Dell computers

To bypass the Referer/Origin check, we have a few options: Find a Cross Site Scripting vulnerability in any of Dell’s websites (I should only have to find one on the sites designated for SupportAssist) Find a Subdomain Takeover vulnerability Make the request from a local program Generate a random subdomain name and use an external machine to DNS Hijack the victim.

Local Sheriff — Watching them watching us.

Local Sheriff — Watching them watching us.

PII in URL on donate.mozilla.orgNow because this page loads some resources from third-parties and the URL is not sanitised, the same information is also shared with those third-parties via referrer and as a value inside payload sent to the third-parties.