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Protesting Safely in the Age of Surveillance (Infosec)

#infosec #cybersecurity #civilrights #blacklivesmatter

Source: Wired

Apple's Latest Software Update to Include COVID-19 Exposure Notifications (Infosec)

#infosec #apple #cybersecurity

Source: 9to5mac

India's Covid-19 App Could Leak Patient Locations (Infosec)

#infosec #covid19 #india

Source: Wired

GoDaddy Confirms Breach (Cybersecurity)

#cybersecurity #infosec

Source: Forbes

DoD still has Cybersecurity Blind Spots (Cybersecurity)

#cybersecurity

Source: Wired

Zoom Fixes its “Malware-Like” Installer (Cybersecurity)

#cybersecurity 

Source: 9to5mac 

Marriott has Confirmed a Second Data Breach in 3 years (Cybersecurity)

#cybersecurity 

Source: Techcrunch

NIKKEI 225 is up by 3.11% (Market Trading)

#coronavirus #nikkei 

Nikkei 225 increased 3.11% to 19245

Google Removes Adware-Laced Kids' Apps From Play Store (Cybersecurity)

#cybersecurity 

Source: Wired

US Stocks Sink, Dow Enters Bear Market (Market Trading)


#dow #markets

Wall Street tumbled on Wednesday and the Dow entered a bear market, as the WHO declared the novel coronavirus outbreak a global pandemia and as concerns mounted over the Trump administration’s fiscal stimulus package. Uncertainty on the timing remains unclear, while Sen. Chuck Grassley, head of the Finance Committee, said the tax cut needed to be examined. On Tuesday, Johns Hopkins University confirmed more than 1000 coronavirus cases in the US alone, triggering anxiety. Abroad, the Bank of England cut the monetary policy rate by 50 bps to 0.25%, mimicking the Federal Reserve’s response. Cruises and airlines were dragged by unclear aid stimulus. The Dow Jones plummeted 1465 points or 5.9% to 23553, entering a bear market amidst a 20% drop from last month record close. The S&P 500 plunged 141 points or 4.9% to 2741. The Nasdaq tumbled 392 points or 4.7% to 7952. Both the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq are now 19% below a recent peak reached in February. 

What You Need to Know about Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

#virus #health

Great info from the State of California 

Source: California Dept of Public Health

10.6 Million MGM Hotel Guests posted on Hacking Forum (Cybersecurity)

#cybersecurity #hacking

Source: ZDNET

Google Sued by New Mexico Attorney General (Cybersecurity)

#sued #google #privacy # cybersecurity 

Source: The Hill

The Rise of Women-Led Unicorns (Gender Lens Investing)

#genderlens #women #angel #investor

Source: Techcrunch

US Blames Russia's GRU for Cyberattacks (Cybersecurity)

#spy #cybersecurity

Source: Wired