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World / Crime & Legal Feb 15, 2019

Canadian teacher convicted of 'pen camera' voyeurism

Canada's top court on Thursday effectively broadened people's legal right to privacy protections by convicting a teacher of voyeurism for secretly filming female students at school. Ryan Jarvis, 41, had been charged for using a camera concealed inside a pen to make of video recordings ...

iPhone Facetime bug lets unanswered callers eavesdrop and observe

World Jan 29, 2019

iPhone Facetime bug lets unanswered callers eavesdrop and observe

A newly discovered Facetime bug lets people hear and even see those they are reaching out to on iPhones using the video calling software, sparking privacy fears. The bug, initially outlined by Apple product and review website 9to5Mac.com, was reported by several media outlets. A video ...

German, 20, confesses to massive data hack spurred by 'annoyance'

World Jan 9, 2019

German, 20, confesses to massive data hack spurred by 'annoyance'

German authorities on Tuesday said a 20-year-old hacker had confessed to stealing and leaking private data from hundreds of politicians, including Chancellor Angela Merkel, because he was "annoyed" by some of their public statements. The young German, who is still studying and lives with his ...