RT @lorakolodny: If you crash a Tesla S/X or 3, the car will carry your personal data to the junk yard. Anyone who buys it, or the computer…

If you crash a Tesla S/X or 3, the car will carry your personal data to the junk yard. Anyone who buys it, or the computers from it, can extract that unencrypted data including video of your crash. Latest @cnbctech https://t.co/X3tk4Ky6Uc f/ white hat hackers: Theo + GreenTheOnly — Lora Kolodny (@lorakolodny) March 29, 2019

Pitney Bowes doesn’t just make postage meters. The $1.2B company is also a data broker with a catalog of records for 100,000 neighborhoods located in 925 cities & 83 countries around the world. It sells this data to Google, Twitter, Zillow & others. https://t.co/BDc6scWYZv

Pitney Bowes doesn’t just make postage meters. The $1.2B company is also a data broker with a catalog of records for 100,000 neighborhoods located in 925 cities & 83 countries around the world. It sells this data to Google, Twitter, Zillow & others. https://t.co/BDc6scWYZv — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) March 29, 2019

Airbnb’s rules allow surveillance cameras in the living rooms & common areas of rentals. So, what happens to all that recorded audio & video of guests? It belongs to the host. https://t.co/DhW2frfN19

Airbnb’s rules allow surveillance cameras in the living rooms & common areas of rentals. So, what happens to all that recorded audio & video of guests? It belongs to the host.https://t.co/DhW2frfN19 — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) March 29, 2019

Official Equifax timeline of the worst data breach in American history: 7/29/17: 💩 8/15/17: 💩 8/25/17: 💩💩💩💩 9/4/17: 💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩 9/7/17: Hey America, we lost 145 million identities. 9/18/17: 💩💩💩 10/2/17: 💩💩 More from @BreachPodcast – https://t.co/dpzWilLI2Z

Official Equifax timeline of the worst data breach in American history: 7/29/17: 💩 8/15/17: 💩 8/25/17: 💩💩💩💩 9/4/17: 💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩 9/7/17: Hey America, we lost 145 million identities. 9/18/17: 💩💩💩 10/2/17: 💩💩 More from @BreachPodcast – https://t.co/dpzWilLI2Z — Joel Winston (@joelwinston) March 28, 2019

RT @WolfieChristl: Exactly 1 year ago today, FB announced to shut down ‘partner categories’, a feature to target users based on data from d…

Exactly 1 year ago today, FB announced to shut down 'partner categories', a feature to target users based on data from data brokers such as Acxiom or Epsilon. This vid by LiveRamp (formerly Acxiom) explains how third-party data can be used on FB in 2019: https://t.co/k1cyJi1Y4S pic.twitter.com/45hE54Ikdd — Wolfie Christl (@WolfieChristl) March 28, 2019