We head to Hong Kong to look at how technology has helped anti-government protesters (and how China has tried to disrupt it), Samsung is skittish over whether to tell TV owners to virus-scan their devices, and you won't believe whose website is not GDPR-compliant.
Visit https://www.smashingsecurity.com/133 to check out this episode’s show notes and episode links.
Remember: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, or your favourite podcast app, to catch all of the episodes as they go live. Thanks for listening!
Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language. "Chickens!"
Theme tune: "Vinyl Memories" by Mikael Manvelyan.
Assorted sound effects: AudioBlocks.
- Information about Cookies — ICO.
- All About Do Not Track.
- Apple is removing the Do Not Track toggle from Safari, but for a good reason — Macworld.
- Google Chrome privacy extension hasn't been updated for years — Graham Cluley.
- Tweet by Adam Rose — Twitter.
- Cookie Control plugin — Civic.
- China social media: WeChat and the Surveillance State — Stephen McDonell, BBC News.
- DDoS attack that knocked Telegram secure messaging service offline — Tripwire.
- Inside China's 'thought transformation' camps — BBC News.
- Scan your TV to prevent malware — Samsung.
- Samsung Deletes Frightening Tweet Warning That Its Smart TVs Can Get Viruses — Gizmodo.
- Samsung: Here's how we're securing your smart TV — ZDNet.
- Is the CIA's Weeping Angel spying on TV viewers? — Graham Cluley.
- Samsung's Android Replacement Is a Hacker's Dream — Motherboard.
- All of the Mueller report’s major findings in less than 30 minutes — PBS NewsHour, YouTube.
- СтопХам - Урок географии — YouTube.
- Where Mimes Patrolled the Streets and the Mayor Was Superman — New York Times.
- Documentaries - watch free online documentaries — IHaveNoTV.
- Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)