Tom takes us through some more news articles in the next thirty minutes, but we mainly focus on the Anthem personal identifiable information leak. Again we talk about what to do, what to watch out for. Next we talk about FIDO and Windows 10 wanting to destroy the password.
With all the news of all these breaches coming fast and furious, we discuss the idea of should you panic? Well, depends, but really, you can’t control most of it. Specifically talking about credit cards, you are not liable for fraud. As long as you keep abreast of what is going on, it will just be an inconvenience.
We talk to Tim Hwang of the DERP institute to find out if they are for real or are they a joke. Turns out they are for real, and they want to help gather data across the biggest community generated news sites around.
In what turned out to be a really dry topic, we did our best to discuss what should be done about privacy. Chaim found an article about school privacy, and we discussed the best way schools or corporations should focus on implementing new technologies. In short, things need to be really vetted. You can’t sign up for something, or worse let your children sign up for something until you know for sure they have the best interest of the consumer in mind.
We go live this week with still hot of the press news of T-Mobile’s UNCarrier 3.0 Announcement. We hear that roaming data will be included at no additional charge.We also hear that T-Mobile has stepped up their national game, and now includes 200 million people on 4G. Peter Teoh joins us, as our senior travel expert to determine if this is a selling point.