BBC: Children ‘blackmailed’ for sexual images in online video chats. “A surge in the use of video chats and live-streaming among children is leaving them vulnerable to abuse, the NSPCC has warned, calling for a social network regulator to be introduced.”
Graham Cluley: Facebook Portal isn’t designed to be as private as you might hope – Graham says “I doubt I’m alone in the world in thinking that allowing Facebook, of all companies, into your home with a microphone and a video camera is a pretty terrible idea.” Indeed he isn’t… And this story is not reassuring, with FB’s weaselly partial backtracking on the assertion that it would not collect data for targeted advertising.
I’m not the biggest fan of SANS and its newsletters. (That would be SANS…) But the Top Of The News section in its October 19th 2018 Newsbites newsletter includes a number of links relevant to election interference and social media that you might find worth reading.