Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days – it's weekly roundup time.
Tuesday 29 August 2017
- News in brief: Turing’s documents found; Uber steps back on tracking; feathered threat to police
- Are you an adrenaline junkie who takes risks with security?
- DMARC should be catnip for email security – why aren’t firms using it?
- Facial recognition: how many rogue drivers has it stopped in New York?
- Don’t expose yourself with your boarding pass
- Tuesday review – the hot 26 stories of the week
Wednesday 30 August 2017
- News in brief: AI writes new GoT book; Google breaks out of the speaker; Cortana and Alexa hook up
- Bitcoin users, the taxman wants to know what’s in your piggybank
- Trump’s cybersecurity advisers quit, warning of ‘insufficient attention’
- WireX botnet offers glimpse of Android DDoS threat
Thursday 31 August 2017
- Pacemaker gets firmware update – go and see your doctor
- Beware scammers phishing for disaster charity – or anything else
- Machine learning for malware: what could possibly go wrong?
- Is your email in the latest cache of 711 million pwnd addresses?
- People-rating app Sarahah slurps up contacts for feature that doesn’t exist
Friday 1 September 2017
- News in brief: Call to link encryption to ID; Facebook maps everyone; Mirai ‘blackmailer’ extradited
- Online file conversion services – why trust them?
- Open source or proprietary: how should we secure voting systems?
- Ex-cop who won’t decrypt hard drives still in jail indefinitely
- Twitter struggles to deal with the sock-puppet and bot armies
- Instagram warns users of API bug on heels of nude Bieber photos leak
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