Joe Friesen writing for The Globe and Mail
The party flyers were spotted on the York University campus in Toronto this week. The flyers bear an image of Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and the words, “Because you can only hear the same left-wing talking points from your professors so many times.”
I find this highly offensive. The Conservatives should be ashamed of themselves.
Geoffrey A. Fowler writing for The Washington Post
What he showed me made my jaw drop. Three examples:
- From DrChrono, a medical records service, we saw the names of patients, doctors, and even medications. From another service, called Kareo, we saw patient names.
- From Southwest, we saw the first and last names, as well as confirmation numbers, of people checking into flights. From United, we saw last names and passenger record numbers.
- From OneDrive, Microsoft’s cloud storage service, we saw a hundred documents named “tax.” We didn’t click on any of these links to avoid further exposing sensitive data.
Be careful which browser extensions you install and use.
Drew Harwell writing for The Washington Post
Thieves used voice-mimicking software to imitate a company executive’s speech and dupe his subordinate into sending hundreds of thousands of dollars to a secret account, the company’s insurer said, in a remarkable case that some researchers are calling one of the world’s first publicly reported artificial-intelligence heists.