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Brazil Nominates Directors of the Brazil Data Protection Authority; Senate Approval Pending

Hunton Privacy

Joacil Basilio Rael (four-year mandate), computer engineer who graduated from the Military Engineering Institute. The Presidency will have two years to review the ANPD structure, during which time it may convert the ANPD into an independent public authority.

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Court Denies Criminal Defendant’s Motion to Suppress Evidence Obtained via Warrantless Search: eDiscovery Case Law

eDiscovery Daily

Immergut denied the defendant’s motion to suppress emails and evidence derived from a warrantless search of Defendant’s workplace email account, finding “any expectation of privacy in Defendant’s work email was objectively unreasonable under the military’s computer-use policies in effect at his workplace.”.

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List of data breaches and cyber attacks in June 2021 – 9.8 million records breached

IT Governance

discloses ransomware incident (unknown). discloses ransomware incident (unknown). Data breaches. million drivers’ details (3.3

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MY TAKE: Why security innovations paving the way for driverless cars will make IoT much safer

The Last Watchdog

Intelligent computing systems have been insinuating themselves into our homes and public gathering places for a while now. Driverless autos, trucks and military transport vehicles are on a fast track for wide deployment in the next five years. military and intelligence agencies. Get ready for smart ground transportation.

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Snowden Ten Years Later

Schneier on Security

I didn’t know either of them, but I have been writing about cryptography, security, and privacy for decades. I fly a lot—a quarter of a million miles per year—and being put on a TSA list, or being detained at the US border and having my electronics confiscated, would be a major problem. It made sense. Very probably.

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Episode 103: On the Voice-Controlled Internet, How Will We Authenticate?

The Security Ledger

» Related Stories Episode 100: Estonia’s Former CIO talks about engineering a secure electronic vote Fitness apps: Good for your health, not so much for military security Episode 101: The Dystopian IoT looks a lot like the Printer Ink Aisle and City of Atlanta Employees phished on Rogue Wi-Fi. Read the whole entry. »

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Swiss army asks its personnel to use the Threema instant-messaging app

Security Affairs

Cloud Act , which applies to all electronic communication service or remote computing service providers that operate in the U.S. . “The United States enacted the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data (CLOUD) Act in March 2018 to speed access to electronic information held by U.S.-based ” states the U.S. .”

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