Related Topics: LawFacebookCivil LibertiesInternetSurveillanceHuman RightsPrivacy LawPoliceGoogleSecurity
As the Cambridge Analytica scandal shines a spotlight on data protection, 23 groups are going after YouTube for the company's own privacy practices.
Equifax CEO Smith, who has led the major credit bureau since 2005, retired from his position on Tuesday following a security breach affecting 143 million people.
He says Americans have a "right to know" about the surveillance of private citizens. But he's ignoring one crucial detail.
It's still bullshit.
It's a chilling reminder of the dangers of victim-blaming.