THE BOTTOM LINE: Youtube Sponsors Credit Fraud
In the real world, when someone profits from illegal activity – gets paid to tell you where you can buy stolen property, or the like – the community and law enforcement accuse them of aiding and abetting in a criminal act. See the DCA’s report on how Google is profiting from activity around stolen credit cards on Youtube. What are your thoughts? Read more here.
BOTTOM LINE: The hacking and leaking of hundreds of naked photos purportedly belonging to more than 100 high-profile singers, actors and celebrities has raised questions of the safety and security of digital services.
Jennifer Lawrence and other high profile celebrities have contacted authorities to investigate who stole and posted nude images of them online, part of a reported mass hacking of celebrities’ nude photos and a massive invasion of privacy. Read more…
HEMU’S BOTTOM LINE: The Right To Be Forgotten
If the Internet is a reflection of our real world, do we really need to be forgotten online? Are you asking Google to forget you? Is that like asking people to forget the footprints you have left in this world so far? Why or why not? Read more here.