Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 91

Dave and Jeff talk about Avengers: Endgame scams, trust in social networks, the new royal baby, and more.

Today, we continue to tick toward episode 100 of the Kaspersky Lab Transatlantic Cable podcast. This week, we mark episode 91 and hope that we lead you to share with your friends.

To kick things off, we dive into the intersection of Marvel and scams. Hollywood pundits weren’t the only people taking notice of Avengers: Endgame‘s success; scammers are right there as well. If you are looking to watch the movie without going to the theater, please beware of this scam. Next we jump across California to Google, where the search giant is now offering users their search history to delete every three months.

From there, we look at how little those in the UK trust news that comes from social networks and how they favor regulation. We talk about social a lot here, so we also talk about a new study on the impact of social networks on their teen users. To end our chat, we look at some scams tied to the new Baby Sussex for those of you into royal watching.

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