The US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) – which handles sensitive files on millions of government workers and was thoroughly ransacked by hackers – is withholding thousands of documents from Congress, which is probing the cyber-attack.
This is according to members of the House Committee on Oversight, who took OPM to task for what the panel calls an unwillingness on the part of the agency to provide it with information related to last year’s devastating IT security breach.
The Indian Institute of Management – Ahmedabad (IIM-A) conducted the CAT Exam 2015 last year very successfully on 29th November 2015 and according to the latest news received, some hackers have hacked the official website of IIM-A and released the result of 2015 CAT exams of about 2,00,000 students. Every year, lakhs of students appear for one of most prestigious exam – Common Admission Test to get admitted in the top B-school of India, Indian Institute of Management (IIM).
Most people know Facebook and Google can “read” a face and identify the person. Next generation software goes much further: uncovering moods and emotions. Courts and trial counsel alike should consider now the implications of possible courtroom use.
Maybe I’m naive to expect a certain savviness about privacy from the FTC, especially just before it convenes a group of experts in privacy and cybersecurity at a conference in Washington, DC, next week. I certainly didn’t expect the agency to accidentally send out a list of every attendee’s email address. But, it did.
The Federal Trade Commission on Friday sent an email advising participants to show up early to get a seat, and left all the recipients on the list visible to each other. A classic email blunder — using the “cc” function instead of the “bcc” function — in any normal situation, this particular mistake smacked of irony.
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