For this edition of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast, we have quite the entertaining conversation, if you ask me. To open pod 226, we discuss a $10 billion hit caused by Apple.
In this story, we take a look at the business impact Apple’s app-tracking policy has had on major social networks including Facebook, Snapchat, and more. From there, we discuss Facebook’s change to Meta.
Our third story takes us back to school, with a trip to Harvard, where there is a bit of tomfoolery and black hat SEO going on with the university’s self-publishing system.
After that, we talk about German authorities’ exposing one of the REvil group’s major players. To close out the podcast, we have a weird story involving an Instagram hacker using hostage-style videos for scams.
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- Apple’s app tracking policy reportedly cost social media platforms nearly $10 billion
- Facebook changes its company name to Meta
- Scammers are creating fake students on harvard.edu and using them to shill brands
- Suspected REvil gang insider identified
- Instagram hacker forces victim to make hostage-style video