Google Ordered To Pay Australian Politician Over Defamatory Youtube Videos

An Australian court on Monday ordered Google to pay a former lawmaker A$715,000 ($515,000), saying its refusal to remove a YouTuber’s “relentless, racist, vilificatory, abusive and defamatory” videos drove him out of politics. More on the story here: Google ordered to pay Australian politician over defamatory YouTube videos

Why Shields Health Care Group Suffers Data Breach? Expert Weighs In

NHS Planning to Go Paperless by 2020

Shields Health Care Group has suffered a data breach affecting two million patients. Although the organization claims that no information accessed in the breach has been “misused or disseminated,” we know that consequences still stand no matter the outcome, especially when it comes to the healthcare field and its vulnerable patients. Shields Health Care Group’s […]

Apple’s ‘Passkeys’ Could Lead To Passwordless Future

As reported by PC Mag, Apple previewed a new passwordless login scheme called Passkey at its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC). Darin Adler, VP of Internet Technologies at Apple, pitched Passkey as “more secure, easier to use, and aims to replace passwords for good.” Adler described Passkeys this way: “A unique digital key is created that […]

High-Stakes Heists: 7 Films That Do It Right  

Full of high stakes and thrilling escapades, heist films are perfect for any movie buff. The Vault (2022), directed by Jaume Balaguero, premiered in the UK this March. The film follows a group of master thieves as they organise an elaborate underground hesit, featuring a number of familiar faces, from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’s […]