This week I will just pass on the links I think you all should read.
Hopefully this will help me to break out of the
no newsletter state of mind. Last few months, I kept taking notes, but never managed to sit down and write this.
- https://thewire.in/tech/rona-wilson-elgar-parishad-letters-planted-us-firm talks about how letters were planted on laptop to arrest the activists
Links for the week
- https://cyber.fsi.stanford.edu/io/news/clubhouse-china data privacy issues in Clubhouse
- https://news.hitb.org/content/breached-water-plant-employees-used-same-teamviewer-password-and-no-firewall real life issue of reusing the same password
- https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-55977537 hidden spyware in apps from Iran
Video for the week
This video is different, it is in Hindi language, with English subtitles. It is for the generation of folks who grew up with Internet. Please watch till the end. And if you don't know the person, then search about him after you watched the video.
Book for the week
Bellingcat is an independent international collective of researchers, investigators and citizen journalists using open source and social media investigation to probe a variety of subjects
I hope you will enjoy the book.