Transatlantic Cable Podcast, Episode 51

This week’s episode of the Kaspersky Podcast looks at Google tracking (and possible lawsuits as a result), Gatwick screen fails and Trello board fails.

In this week’s episode, Jeff and I look at how Google is being targeted for a class-action lawsuit after it was found to have been tracking users, even if they’d explicitly asked it not to. They also look at how Google turned down multiple request by the FBI for location data, in order to catch criminals after a spate of armed robberies.

Other stories this week include what happens when Gatwick airport screens fail and how the British and Canadian governments accidentally leaked sensitive data via public facing Trello boards.

Articles discussed this week: