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Monitoring Matters

News Roundup

April 12, 2023Ken Showers, Managing Editor

That’s right everyone, I don’t have a specific topic to cover this week, so I’m going to do a little bit of a news roundup on things I’ve been keeping my eye on. Why did I choose to spell it that way in the title? Because it kills bugs dead. That’s right, first up on the radar is OpenAI announcing the launch of its bug bounty program. This week the artificial intelligence (AI) research lab announced that it would be offering rewards to independent researchers ranging...

Artificial Intelligence (AI), bug bounty, ByteDance, ChatGPT, Florida, OpenAI, social engineering, TikTok

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The case against TikTok

General News

The case against TikTok

March 24, 2023Ken Showers, Managing Editor

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In his first appearance before Congress on March 23, TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew came under fire from a united U.S. Congress as he sought to assuage lawmakers' concerns. TikTok has landed on the radar of several countries over the last few years as concerns of China meddling and misappropriating user data has skyrocketed. Citing those same security concerns Canada banned TikTok on government devices in February this year (the U.S. did prior to this in December) and...

ByteDance, Dan Crenshaw, Douyin, Kelly Armstrong, Project Texas, Security, Shou Zi Chew, Spencer J. Cox, TikTok, TikTok U.S. Data Security Inc., TikTok User Data Security, United States Congress

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