Pardon the Intrusion #29: Ransomware gang turns Robin Hood

Subscribe to this bi-weekly newsletter here! Welcome to the latest edition of Pardon The Intrusion, TNW’s bi-weekly newsletter in which we explore the wild world of security. Mobile network operators have a wide leeway when it comes to what kinds of data they can collect when you use their service. Despite this, Indian carrier Airtel kicked up a storm last week after it emerged that its privacy policy allowed it to collect users’ sensitive personal information, such as sexual orientation, genetic information, and political opinion, and share all of this with third-parties. This is what was mentioned in the privacy… This story continues at The Next Web

Pardon the Intrusion #29: Ransomware gang turns Robin Hood

Subscribe to this bi-weekly newsletter here! Welcome to the latest edition of Pardon The Intrusion, TNW’s bi-weekly newsletter in which we explore the wild world of security. Mobile network operators have a wide leeway when it comes to what kinds of data they can collect when you use their service. Despite this, Indian carrier Airtel kicked up a storm last week after it emerged that its privacy policy allowed it to collect users’ sensitive personal information, such as sexual orientation, genetic information, and political opinion, and share all of this with third-parties. This is what was mentioned in the privacy…

This story continues at The Next Web