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March 10, 2020
Craig Silverman / Buzzfeed News

Craig Silverman / Buzzfeed News  
Analytics Platform Sensor Tower Has Been Secretly Collecting User Data From VPN, Ad-Blocking Apps for Android, iOS

A Buzzfeed investigation found that Sensor Tower, a popular analytics platform for tech developers and investors, has been secretly collecting data from millions of people who have installed popular VPN and ad-blocking apps for Android and iOS. The apps didn’t disclose their connection to the company, or reveal that they feed user data to Sensor Tower’s products, have more than 35 million downloads. Sensor Tower has owned at least 20 Android and iOS apps since 2015. Four of the apps, Free and Unlimited VPN, Luna VPN, Mobile Data, and Adblock Focus, were recently available in the Google Play Store. Two of the apps, Adblock Focus and Luna VPN were in Apple’s App Store. Apple removed Adblock Focus and Google removed Mobile Data after being contacted by BuzzFeed News. Google and Apple say they are investigating further. A Sensor Tower representative said the company’s apps do not collect sensitive data or personally identifiable information and that “the vast majority of these apps listed are now defunct (inactive) and a few are in the process of sunsetting.”

Jane Lytvynenko / Buzzfeed News

Jane Lytvynenko / Buzzfeed News  
Hackers Are Sending Emails With Fake HIV and Coronavirus Test Results to Deliver Koadic Remote Access Trojan

Hackers are sending emails with fake HIV results and coronavirus information to insurance, healthcare, and pharmaceutical companies to infect their computers with malware, according to research from cybersecurity research firm Proofpoint. The emails are designed to look like they come from Vanderbilt University, possibly to exploit the credibility of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Spreadsheets attached to the emails are loaded with malware that installs the Koadic Remote Access Trojan, which gives hackers reconnaissance capability on the infected machines. After that, the malware can install ransomware, a banking trojan, or engage in information theft.

October 5, 2016
Rebecca Stewart / The Drum

Rebecca Stewart / The Drum  
BuzzFeed Hacked by OurMine After Article Exposing Group Alleged Member

Hacking group OurMine hacked web news site BuzzFeed, defacing some articles, reportedly because the site exposed one of OurMine’s alleged members. The group changed the headlines of some articles to read “Hacked by OurMine” and replaced the body of some articles to read “share fake news about us again.”

May 29, 2020
Davey Alba / New York Times

Davey Alba / New York Times  
ACLU Sues Facial Recognition Company Clearview AI for Violating Illinois Law Forbidding Use of Face Scans Without Consent

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) sued the facial recognition start-up Clearview AI, which claims to have helped hundreds of law enforcement agencies use online photos to solve crimes, accusing the company of “unlawful, privacy-destroying surveillance activities.” The suit claims that Clearview is violating a stringent Illinois law that forbids companies from using a resident’s fingerprints or face scans without consent. Each violation of the law could cost the company $5,000. The suit follows a report in the New York Times that the company had amassed a database of more than three billion photos across the internet, including from Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Venmo.

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BiometricUpdate: China considers biometric data protection law to curb facial recognition abuses and secure PII
SC Magazine: Facial recognition fails accuracy test raises privacy concerns; ACLU sues Clearview AI | SC Media
Law360: Advocacy Orgs Say Clearview AI Broke Biometric Privacy Law – Law360
Chicago Sun-Times – All: ACLU sues Clearview AI, developer of controversial facial recognition technology used by CPD
Gizmodo: The ACLU Is Suing Shady Facial Recognition Startup Clearview AI for Being a Shady Facial Recognition Startup
The Verge: ACLU sues facial recognition firm Clearview AI, calling it a ‘nightmare scenario’ for privacy
Daily Dot: ACLU sues facial recognition company Clearview AI
Slashdot: ACLU Accuses Clearview AI of Privacy ‘Nightmare Scenario’
Gizmodo Australia: The ACLU Is Suing Shady Facial Recognition Startup Clearview AI for Being a Shady Facial Recognition Startup
CNET: Clearview AI faces lawsuit over gathering people’s images without consent
VentureBeat: ACLU sues facial recognition startup Clearview AI for privacy and safety violations
PogoWasRight.org: ACLU: We’re Taking Clearview AI to Court to End its Privacy-Destroying Face Surveillance Activities
Engadget: ACLU sues Clearview AI over alleged privacy violations
BuzzFeed News: The ACLU Is Suing Clearview AI To Stop “Privacy-Destroying Face Surveillance”

@alfredwkng: Clearview AI is getting sued for allegedly violating Illinois's biometric privacy law. If you are an Illinois resident and don't want your photo in Clearview's database, you have to agree to give them your photo. https://cnet.com/news/clearview


May 18, 2020
David Shortell, Evan Perez / CNN

David Shortell, Evan Perez / CNN  
FBI Claims to Have Broken the Encryption on Pensacola Shooter’s iPhones Substantially Weakening the Government’s Push for Encryption Backdoors

Mohammed Alshamrani, a member of the Royal Saudi Air Force in training at Naval Air Station Pensacola who killed three U.S. sailors and wounded others at the base, was in touch with a suspected al Qaeda operative, according to the FBI broke which broke through the encryption protecting the Saudi attacker’s iPhones, sources say. If the Bureau did achieve this encryption breakthrough, the case made by the FBI and Attorney General William Barr for demanding backdoors into encrypted communications services and devices appears to be substantially weakened. Law enforcement said they had initially been unable to retrieve data stored on two iPhones belonging to the shooter, and they cited that hurdle in trying to complete their investigation of the attacker’s ideology and his radicalization.

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New York Times: F.B.I. Is Said to Find Links Between Pensacola Gunman and Al Qaeda
Wall Street Journal: FBI Discovers al Qaeda Link in Pensacola Attack
Forbes: Feds Hack iPhones In Pensacola Terrorist Shooting Case, But Still Slam Apple For Not Helping
Justice Department: Attorney General William P. Barr and FBI Director Christopher Wray Announce Significant Developments in the Investigation of the Naval Air Station Pensacola Shooting
MacRumors: FBI Reportedly Gained Access to iPhone Used by Mass Shooter in Florida After Apple Refused to Help
Associated Press: Pensacola gunman’s cellphones reveal meticulous planning for attack, FBI says
Task & Purpose: The FBI has evidence linking Al Qaeda to the NAS Pensacola shooting
Capital Gazette: Gunman accused of killing 3 sailors at Pensacola military base linked to al-Qaida, US official says
The Sun: Saudi student who shot dead 3 US sailors on Florida Naval Base ‘had been in contact with Al Qaeda’ in days before attack
Business Insider: The FBI found links to Al Qaeda after cracking the phones of the Saudi gunman who attacked a Florida naval base
AOL: Official: FBI finds link between Pensacola gunman, al-Qaida
GANNETT Syndication Service: Official: FBI finds link between NAS Pensacola gunman, al-Qaida
Newsweek: FBI Finds Florida Gunman Who Killed U.S. Sailors Was Linked to Al Qaeda After Breaking iPhone Encryption
Yahoo! News: FBI finds Al Qaeda link to Pensacola naval base shooting suspect: US official
Bloomberg: FBI Gets Into Pensacola Shooter’s iPhone, Finds an Al-Qaeda Tie
RT USA: Saudi pilot who went on gun rampage at Florida naval base linked to ‘Al-Qaeda operative’
The Crime Report: FBI Finds Link Between Pensacola Shooter, Al-Qaeda
Axios: FBI finds links between Pensacola gunman and Al Qaeda
Cult of Mac: FBI cracks alleged al-Qaida shooter’s iPhone without Apple’s help
USATODAY: Feds connect al Qaeda contacts to deadly Pensacola Naval Air Station shooting
AppleInsider: FBI breaks iPhone security to uncover Pensacola shooter & Al Qaeda link
NBCNews: FBI: Pensacola gunman prodded by al Qaeda to attack
Wired: The FBI Backs Down Against Apple—Again
The Register – Security: Attorney General: We didn’t need Apple to crack terrorist’s iPhones – tho we still want iGiant to do it in future
Cyberscoop: U.S. officials say they’ve cracked Pensacola shooter’s iPhones, blast Apple
CNET: FBI slams ‘Apple problem’ as it unlocks Pensacola shooter’s iPhones – CNET
News : NPR: FBI: New iPhone Evidence Shows Pensacola Shooter Had Ties To Al-Qaida
iDownloadBlog.com: The FBI has reportedly bypassed the security on the Pensacola mass shooter’s iPhone
Fortune: FBI: “We received effectively no help from Apple” in accessing Pensacola Shooter’s iPhones
WCCFtech: FBI Hacks Florida Shooter’s iPhones without Apple’s Help & Finds al Qaeda Link
ZDNet Security: FBI criticizes Apple for not helping crack Pensacola shooter’s iPhones
AppleInsider: Apple rejects ‘false claims’ by Justice Department regarding Pensacola investigation
iMore: Apple denies “false claims” by Justice Department over Pensacola attack
Cult of Mac: FBI attacks Apple for ‘no help’ unlocking Florida attacker’s iPhone; Apple rejects ‘false’ claims
Patently Apple: DOJ and FBI described crucial data found on the Pensacola Terrorist’s iPhones today in a news Conference, without Apple’s Assistance
Business Insider: The FBI found links to Al Qaeda after cracking the phones of the Saudi gunman who attacked a Florida naval base
The Sun: Saudi student who shot dead 3 US sailors on Florida Naval Base ‘had been in contact with Al Qaeda’ in days before attack
BuzzFeed News: The Pensacola Naval Base Shooter Had Longtime “Significant Ties” To Al-Qaeda
Newsweek: FBI Finds Florida Gunman Who Killed U.S. Sailors Was Linked to Al Qaeda After Breaking iPhone Encryption
iDownloadBlog.com: The FBI has reportedly bypassed the security on the Pensacola mass shooter’s iPhone
Appleosophy: Apple Fires Back at FBI and Attorney General William Barr Regarding Florida Shooter’s iPhone
MacRumors: FBI Reportedly Gained Access to iPhone Used by Mass Shooter in Florida After Apple Refused to Help
Task & Purpose: The FBI has evidence linking Al Qaeda to the NAS Pensacola shooting
MacRumors: Apple Calls FBI Comments on Lack of Help Unlocking Florida Shooter’s iPhone an ‘Excuse to Weaken Encryption’
SlashGear » security: Apple blasts Barr over iPhone lock “false claims” in Pensacola shooter case
Homeland Security Today: FBI: Pensacola Shooter Tied to AQAP Before Coming to the U.S., Discussed Attack
Zero Hedge: FBI Cracks Into Pensacola Shooter’s iPhone, Find “Significant Ties” To Al Qaeda
CBSNews.com: Saudi shooter in Florida air base attack had ties to al Qaeda
TechSpot: Officials still want backdoor into cellphones after cracking two iPhones without help
Yahoo! News: U.S. Supreme Court heaps more damages on Sudan in embassy bombing cases
iPhone Hacks: FBI Has Reportedly Unlocked One of the iPhones Used by Mass Shooter in Florida Last Year
The Mac Observer: FBI Bypasses Encryption on Pensacola Attacker’s iPhones
Cult of Mac: FBI cracks alleged al-Qaida shooter’s iPhone without Apple’s help
The Guardian: Pensacola gunman’s cellphones reveal meticulous planning for attack, FBI says
UPI.com: FBI: Agents unlocked phones to tie Pensacola gunman Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani to al-Qaida
TIME: Gunman in Deadly Pensacola Military Base Attack Linked to al-Qaida, FBI Says
Ars Technica: iPhone crypto hid al-Qaida link to naval base shooting, AG fumes
USATODAY: Feds connect al Qaeda contacts to deadly Pensacola Naval Air Station shooting
New York Post: FBI found al Qaeda’s link to Pensacola shooter through iPhones
AppleInsider: FBI breaks iPhone security to uncover Pensacola shooter & Al Qaeda link [u]
The Huffington Post : FBI Says It Found Links Between Pensacola Gunman And Al-Qaeda
Capital Gazette: Gunman accused of killing 3 sailors at Pensacola military base linked to al-Qaida, US official says
Stars and Stripes: FBI: Shooter at Naval Air Station Pensacola had link to al-Qaida
TIME: Gunman in Deadly Pensacola Military Base Attack Linked to al-Qaida, FBI Says
Ars Technica: iPhone crypto hid al-Qaida link to naval base shooting, AG fumes
Heavy.com: Pensacola, Florida Gunman Mohammed Alshamrani Link to Al-Qaida Found
Engadget: AG Barr seeks ‘legislative solution’ to make companies unlock phones
Daily Dot: FBI unlocks Pensacola shooter’s iPhone despite Apple’s opposition
Multichannel: AG Barr Hammers Apple in Terrorism Case Announcement
Vox: Why Attorney General Bill Barr is mad at Apple
Heavy.com: Pensacola, Florida Gunman Mohammed Alshamrani Link to Al-Qaida Found
POLITICO: Pensacola gunman was working with al Qaeda, FBI finds
USNI News: FBI Says Unlocked iPhone Messages Link NAS Pensacola Shooter to Al Qaeda; AG Barr Says Incident was ‘Act of Terrorism’
Input: FBI breaks into Pensacola shooter’s iPhone after six months, revealing al Qaeda links
TribLIVE: FBI: Shooter at Pensacola military base linked to al-Qaida
emptywheel: Bill Barr and Chris Wray Schedule a Press Conference to Admit Trump Let an Al Qaeda Terrorist onto Our Military Base
PhoneArena: Who is lying, Apple or Attorney General William Barr?
Channel News Asia: FBI phone probe links al Qaeda to Saudi who killed 3 at Florida base
RT USA: Saudi pilot who went on gun rampage at Florida naval base linked to ‘Al-Qaeda operative’
Algemeiner.com: FBI Phone Probe Links Al Qaeda to Saudi Shooter Who Killed Three at Florida Navy Base
MacDailyNews: Apple rejects ‘false claims’ by Justice Department regarding Islamic terrorist attack in Pensacola
Reuters: U.S.: FBI phone probe links al Qaeda to Saudi who killed three at Florida base, Barr says
France 24: FBI says al Qaeda linked to Saudi shooter at Florida naval base
The New Daily: FBI links al-Qaeda to US base shooting
MacDailyNews: FBI cracks iPhone encryption, links al Qaeda to Islamic terrorist who killed three at Florida naval base
MacDailyNews: Apple rejects ‘false claims’ by Justice Department regarding Islamic terrorist attack in Pensacola
CNN.com: FBI delivers to America a chilling reminder about al Qaeda
Input: FBI breaks into Pensacola shooter’s iPhone after six months, revealing al Qaeda links
The Verge: The FBI successfully broke into a gunman’s iPhone, but it’s still very angry at Apple
Washington Post: Attorney general and FBI director blast Apple after tracing Pensacola gunman’s phone to al-Qaeda
New York Times: F.B.I. Finds Links Between Pensacola Gunman and Al Qaeda

@dnvolz: Sound familiar? FBI gets into iPhone belonging to dead terrorist that they said months ago they could not unlock.
@adamgoldmanNYT: The F.B.I. found the gunman, a Saudi Air Force cadet training with the American military, had communicated with a Qaeda operative who had encouraged the attacks
@kevincollier: "Breaking encryption" on an iPhone has a specific meaning and enormous consequences. I really hope those making that claim today wouldn't do so without backing it up.
@nakashimae: FBI Director Chris Wray: "We received effectively no help from Apple" in accessing the Pensacola shooter's iPhones.
@zackwhittaker: Apple in January: "The FBI only notified us on January 6 that they needed additional assistance—a month after the attack occurred. Only then did we learn about the existence of a second iPhone associated with the investigation and the FBI's inability to access either iPhone."
@zackwhittaker: Apple also said at the time it responded to six more legal requests for information between Dec. 7 and Dec. 14, and that it provided iCloud backups, account information and transactional data for multiple accounts.
@zackwhittaker: It's not that Apple provided "effectively no help" to the FBI. It's that Apple didn't acquiesce to the wants and wishes of the government and backdoor its own devices. We almost had an entire court case about this — but the FBI bottled it.
@iblametom: New - The FBI hacks into the iPhones of Pensacola shooter, finds links to Al Qaeda. But director Chris Wray still says Apple should've helped and its delays caused real problems.
@karaswisher: Looks like the government can do what it said it could not do
@macrumors: FBI Reportedly Gained Access to iPhone Used by Mass Shooter in Florida After Apple Refused to Help https://macrumors.com/2020/05/18/fbi-reportedly-accessed-alshamrani-iphone/ by @rsgnl
@zackwhittaker: ACLU statement is extremely Nail polish "The boy who cried wolf has nothing on the agency that cried encryption."
@iblametom: Source at FBI told me they chose the wrong battle with Pensacola too... they’ve been able to get into iPhone 5 and 7 for some time.
@dotmudge: Two things: 1 - AQAP (Al Qaeda Arabian Peninsula) linked terrorist attack on US soil, and it barely makes the news cycle 2 - investigations show accessing iPhones on one-off’s continues to negate necessity to drop user crypto protections at large
@DevlinBarrett: Attorney general and FBI director crank up their encryption fight with Apple, blasting the company after agents traced data on a Pensacola gunman’s phone to al-Qaeda
@ahmed: FBI says Saudi shooter at Pensacola base was in touch with al-Qaeda leaders, accuses Apple of wasting “valuable time” by refusing to unlock his phone to investigators


March 9, 2020
Jennifer Dudley Nicholson / News.com

Jennifer Dudley Nicholson / News.com  
Australia’s Information and Privacy Commissioner Sues Facebook for Millions in Privacy Violation Penalties Related to Cambridge Analytica Scandal

Australian Information and Privacy Commissioner Angelene Falk said she is seeking millions of dollars in penalties against Facebook in Federal Court, alleging the tech giant exposed private information of hundreds of thousands of Australians in the Cambridge Analytica scandal and allowed it “to be sold” for political profiling. The data harvesting in the Cambridge Analytica case included 311,000 Australians. The lawsuit’s outcome could see the court impose a $1.7 million penalty for each serious and repeated breach of privacy by the social network.

Related: iTnews – Security, The Guardian, channelnews, The New Daily, TechJuice, Fortune, The Age, BuzzFeed, EJ Insight, Reuters, ARN, Channel News Asia, RAPPLER, ZDNet


April 29, 2019
Craig Silverman / BuzzFeed News

Craig Silverman / BuzzFeed News  
Google Removes Dozens of Apps From Major Chinese Android Developer Do Global for Ad Fraud, Concealing Ownership

Google has begun the mass removal of apps from a major Chinese Android developer, DO Global, which is partly owned by internet giant Baidu, after a BuzzFeed investigation revealed it was committing ad fraud and concealing app ownership details from users, with 45 of DO Global’s apps removed from the Google Play store and no longer available for ad inventory for purchase via Google’s AdMob network. DO Global acknowledged and apologized for “irregularities” in its apps, and said it accepts Google’s decision and thanked BuzzFeed for its investigation.

March 2, 2020
Logan McDonald, Ryan Mac, Caroline Haskins / Buzzfeed News

Logan McDonald, Ryan Mac, Caroline Haskins / Buzzfeed News  
Apple Bans Clearview AI Photo App for Violating Its Developer Enterprise Program

In the wake of a significant report from Buzzfeed News that facial recognition company Clearview AI is under contract with many private-sector users, including Macy’s, Walmart, and Wells Fargo, in addition to law enforcement agencies, Apple has banned its iPhone app from the app store. Apple banned the app for violating its Apple Developer Enterprise Program, which says that the enterprise apps should only be used to distribute apps within a company. The app allowed users to use their phone camera or upload a photo to search its database of 3 billion photos. The company has been at the center of a storm since last month when the New York Times revealed that law enforcement agencies are using Clearview’s massive facial recognition database scraped from social media and other sources to hunt for criminal suspects.

March 3, 2016
Spencer Ackerman and Sam Thielman / The Guardian

Spencer Ackerman and Sam Thielman / The Guardian  
Silicon Valley Colleagues, Rivals and Top Technologists Formally Back Apple

Airbnb, eBay, Reddit, Twitter, Box, numerous other Silicon Valley players and at least 46 top cryptologists and computer science experts have filed amicus briefs supporting Apple in its fight with the FBI over building a backdoor into an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.

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Threatpost: Apple Hackers, Crypto Experts Ask Courts to Vacate Order
TechNewsWorld: Apple Motion Seeks to Block Feds From Acquiring ‘Dangerous Power’
Motherboard: FBI’s iPhone Backdoor May Violate International Law, Says UN Human Rights Rep
BuzzFeed – Tech: Cryptologists And Computer Science Experts Rally Around Apple
BuzzFeed – Tech: Families Of San Bernardino Attack Victims Side With Government In Apple Encryption Fight
iDownloadBlog.com: Unsurprisingly, Samsung stops short of voicing open support for Apple in FBI fight
iMore: AT&T sides with Apple in its fight with FBI: ‘Only Congress can address these issues’
EFF: EFF and 46 Technology Experts Ask Court To Throw Out Unconstitutional Apple Order
The Intercept: NSA Is Mysteriously Absent From FBI-Apple Fight
Techradar: Apple’s biggest competitors planning support in FBI case [Updated]
Tech Insider: The tech world rallies behind Apple in encryption fight with FBI
Inverse: These Major Tech Companies Just Filed a Brief on Behalf of Apple 
EFF: Deep Dive: Why Forcing Apple to Write and Sign Code Violates the First Amendment
Newsweek: Google, Facebook and Microsoft File Legal Brief Supporting Apple iPhone Encryption Dispute
Quartz: There are millions of iPhones that can be unlocked without anyone’s permission
The Intercept: Husband of San Bernardino Survivor Calls for Stronger Gun Laws, Not Weaker Privacy
Tech Insider: The next iOS will offer a major new privacy protection to some users
emptywheel: Husband of San Bernardino Victim Agrees: Farook’s Phone Unlikely to Yield Useful Information
The Verge: Twitter, AT&T, and other tech giants file legal briefs in support of Apple
iPhone Hacks: AT&T picks Apple’s side in the fight with the FBI [Update: Airbnb, eBay, Twitter, and more offer support]
9to5Mac: Twitter, Airbnb, Square, plus many more officially file joint brief supporting Apple in FBI case [Updated]
Engadget: Twitter, Reddit and more file brief to support Apple vs the FBI
The Hill: Tech firms back up Apple in court
Reuters: U.S. tech companies unite behind Apple ahead of iPhone encryption ruling
Passcode: Tech, privacy leaders pledge support for Apple in iPhone fight
BuzzFeed – Tech: Cryptologists And Computer Science Experts Rally Around Apple
Sputnik International: Companies File Legal Brief in Support of Apple Against US Government
Techradar: Apple’s biggest competitors planning support in FBI case [Updated]
SlashGear » Encryption: Amazon nixes Kindle encryption as government battles on
PCWorld: Apple gets legal support from the tech industry, as well as a victim’s husband
Fast Company: UN Free Speech Expert Pledges Support For Apple’s Encryption Stance
Venture Beat: Box to file amicus brief in support of Apple alongside Facebook, Google, Microsoft
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