via Cyrus Farivar, writing at Ars Technica, comes evidence of skullduggery at Zuckerberg's Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB), this time, in the guise of failing to answer Senatorial queries, simply by ignoring such impudence.
"Notably, Facebook declined to promise to share the results of its post-Cambridge Analytica investigation with the public or even Congress. The social media giant also wouldn’t say if it had ever turned off a feature for privacy reasons." - via Cyrus Farivar, writing at Ars Technica
Senators - this is why the use of subpoena is such a powerful tool, especially against this form of stonewalling; further, don't Senate staffers cover the appropos use of subpoena in your freshman year term classes on *How To Behave Senatorialy? - Mxh (ed.)
Today's Post of Import comes from the habitu8.io (no author is credited) blog, carrying the title: 'The Great "Automation" Hoax: Why You Can't Automate Security Awareness Programs' Sounds Legit to me, what about you and yourn - so to speak?
First brought to my overtaxed attention by Bruce Schneier, comes this extraordinary story (actually two takes on the same story - ed.) of the first cyberattack against a network; via Bruce's monthly Crypt-O-Gram, of which, a gratis monthly subscription is waiting for you here... Read Paul Ducklin's piece at Sophos, and Tom Standage's tremendous prose on the same subject. You'll Be Quite Joyful You Did, I'll Wager!