ANAO also found that both the RBA and ASC effectively managed cybersecurity risks and that both have implemented controls in line with the requirements of the Information Security Manual, including the Top Four and other mitigation strategies in the Essential Eight. … [Read more...] about Australian cyber policy-makers to face Audit Office probe
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A three-judge panel of the San Francisco-based 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously decided that the lawsuit may move forward because the plaintiff's "negligent failure to warn claim does not seek to hold Internet Brands liable as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider." Instead, the suit essentially states that Internet Brands breached a California law requiring that entities having a "special relationship" with their customers warn about dangerous situations. The notification, the court speculated, could have occurred via an e-mail to users or a posting on the site. … [Read more...] about Website for models can be sued for not warning users about rapists
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"The giant data monopolies want one thing: more and more data to drive their huge profits. Entrusting Amazon's Alexa to dispense health advice to patients simply opens the door to the holy grail – our NHS data. This is the beginning of a Mission Creep," he said in a Tweet. … [Read more...] about Amazon Alexa given new NHS health advice role: But what about patient privacy?
All it took was a little climate denial, mixed in with some misguided media boosting, to create a situation where a former government minister stood up in the Australian Senate last week to repeat the rumours and innuendo that are provably wrong, as well as call for the powers of Australia's security agencies to be used. … [Read more...] about Tech-augmented democracy is about to get harder in this half-baked world