Going for a jog can be bad for your privacy (but even worse for your health), and Britain’s consumer finance champion finds his face is being faked.
All this and more is discussed in the latest edition of the “Smashing Security” podcast by cybersecurity veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault.
Warning: This podcast may contain nuts, adult themes, and rude language.
- Russian commander shot dead after posting runs on Strava running app – Kyiv Post.
- Martin Lewis felt ‘sick’ seeing deepfake scam ad on Facebook – BBC News.
- How synthetic media, or deepfakes, could soon change our worldeing deepfake scam ad on Facebook – 60 Minutes on YouTube.
- Nicki Minaj wants to delete the “whole internet” after viral AI deepfake video -Technology Inquirer.
- Fears grow of deepfake ID scams following Progress hack – Ars Technica.
- “Deep Fake Neighbour Wars”: ITV’s comedy shows how AI can transform popular culture -The Conversation.
- ”My Old School” – BBC Scotland.
- ”My Old School” trailer – YouTube.
- MP doesn’t know whether she attended Downing St Party – YouTube.
- ”Non-Censored” with Rosie Holt podcast – Audioboom.
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