Risks Digest 30.86
Thursday 11 October 2018
Doctors are surprisingly bad at reading lab results. It's putting us all at risk.
FDA approves over-the-counter hearing aid from Bose
Russian hackers were caught in the act -- and the results are devastating
Chinese chip spying report shows the supply chain remains the ultimate weakness
Chipping away at the spy business ...
"The one serious MacBook Pro security flaw that nobody is talking about"
Microsoft Delays Latest Version of Windows 10 After Reports of Mass File Deletion
Noise about Quiet Skies program
If a Vizio TV spied on what you watch, you might be in line for a cash payout
"Mission impossible: Can you regain access after Twitter lockout?"
Lapses in IT systems, organisations must be fixed
Fitbit data used to charge US man with murder
The Next Great Digital Extinction
New Macbooks and Imacs will brick themselves if they think they're being repaired by an independent technician
Weak passwords banned in California from 2020
More than 250 people worldwide have died taking selfies, study finds
Facebook Hack Puts Thousands of Other Sites at Risk
System upgrade means more calls etc.
"What real people think about the iPhone XS"
Mortgage fraud is getting worse as more people lie about their income
Dealing with spam callers
That sign telling you how fast
My Wed 30 Apr 2014 warning: back in the news!!
Molecule resonance and cellphone radiation
Declaration of Internet Rights -- Italian Parliament
Re: Don't go to New Zealand
Re: How do you get people to trust autonomous vehicles?