The Data Security Podcast is the place for 30 minutes of news every week on data security, your privacy, and the law.
This weeks program: Classmates.com gets sued, are they committing fraud?; Internet activists take on phone spammers; And, this week’s security news.
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Program Notes for Episode 28
From the news: Details on how members of the Dark Web could hijack YOUR domain if you use a popular email service.
From the news: ISACA Survey: Organizations fail to educate employees about risks from online shopping ; IBM Warning: Holidays To Bring Blizzard Of New Attacks on Consumers
Attention iPhone and iTouch users: You can now download this podcast directly to your device, and by-pass connecting it to a computer. Since this podcast is over 10mb, you can prep the download in 3G mode, but the download itself will need to happen in a Wi-Fi hotspot. If you listen to podcasts in your car, just make sure your WiFi signal can reach your car! Details on the Apple 2.2 upgrade at Ars Technica.
Conversation: Scott A. Kamber, a plaintiff’s attorney with Kamber Edelson, talks with Samantha about the implications of a new lawsuit against Classmates.com for deceptive practices. (BTW, we tried to contact Classmates.com for a response…they did not respond).
Conversation: Julie Forte founder of the anti-phone spam web sites 800notes.com and WhoCallsMe.com talks with Ira about fighting back against these scammers. Reports phone spammers to The Internet Crime Complaint Center: IC3.