A fast-paced round-up of recent vulnerability research. This week we cover: susceptibility to misinformation, vulnerable cycling in Dublin, and the apology to the Tasmanian Aboriginal People by the Royal Society of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
The Papers: Edit Wars (On a Wiki)
Wikipedia’s backstage is a battlefield. Well, sometimes at least. In this episode we look at the edit wars fermenting in articles on the world’s biggest encyclopedia.
The Papers: Got Phished
You've won a prize! Or have you? This week we look at recent developments in phishing research. Think: Do your personal values make you more phishable? And do phishers always run a profit?
The Essay: Can You See My Slides?
Does powerpoint make you dim? We look at the debate, the evidence, the history. We might even throw in a little slideware liberation manifesto.
The Papers: Big Tech Lobbying
Big tech companies are spending precious euros lobbying the European Union to resist, or weaken, regulation of digital markets. A recent report by two lobby-watching groups has the ghastly details.
The Papers: Algorithmic Accountability
How are public sector bodies accountable for using algorithmic systems? We look at a recent report.