141. Legislative solutions for deepfake abuse finally begin to take shape
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1d ago
Omny Miranda Martone has been working with a handful of Washington lawmakers for more than a year on legislation that would put an end to the impunity of deepfake abuse. The bill, known as the Defiance Act, is being fast-tracked through Congress with a rare procedure known as “hotlining” and it may land on the president’s desk as early as this fall ..read more
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140. Are solutions to deepfake abuse finally coming into focus?
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by Recorded Future News
3d ago
After years of shouting into the wind about deepfakes and deepfake porn, we take a look at some possible solutions that offer not just deterrence but accountability. Plus, something we rarely see these days: bipartisan agreement on a bill in Congress ..read more
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139. Mic Drop: GhostSec’s quest for redemption: their leader claims their life of crime is over.
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by Recorded Future News
1w ago
The GhostSec hacktivist group used to be known for its cyberattacks against terrorist groups like ISIS. Then, last year, the group took an unexpected turn — it created GhostLocker and began launching ransomware attacks. We talk to the group’s leader about their work with cybercriminal gangs and why we should believe him when he says all that is now in the past ..read more
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138. Almost every cyber attack begins with a key ingredient: an Infostealer
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by Recorded Future News
1w ago
Infostealers commit close to the perfect crime. They sneak into your computer, grab your logins, passwords, and anything of value, and then delete themselves on the way out — victims don’t even know they’ve been robbed. We talk to the alleged co-founder of the Meduza infostealer and to some of the people intent on stopping this kind of attack ..read more
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137. Mic Drop: Inside a secret drone school in Ukraine
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by Recorded Future News
2w ago
As Russian forces zero in on Ukraine’s second largest city, Kharkiv, drones are among the weapons that are coming to the rescue. We went to a secret drone academy where Ukraine is training its drone operators to help fend off the Russians while Ukraine awaits new arms from the U.S ..read more
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136. Money and fame — not just social change — are creating a new kind of hacktivist.
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by Recorded Future News
2w ago
A hacktivist group called the Belarusian Cyber Partisans rocked Belarus when it hacked into government servers and released secret police files and government wiretaps – the kinds of hacks we’re used to seeing by nation-states. They represent the changing face of hacktivism. Some hacktivists are becoming more professional, while others are falling prey to darker forces ..read more
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135. Mic Drop: Oren Etzioni has a way to help us sort fact from AI fiction
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by Recorded Future News
3w ago
Oren Etzioni used to be one of those AI optimists. Now, not so much. In fact, he’s so worried about AI-manipulated content, he created a non-profit, TrueMedia.org, to help ordinary people sort AI fact from fiction ..read more
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134. Are autocrats winning the disinformation war?
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by Recorded Future News
3w ago
US adversaries are on a propaganda offensive around the world. Earlier this month, the Council on Foreign Relations in DC convened a discussion about the changing landscape of disinformation campaigns with James Rubin, special envoy at the Global Engagement Center at the State Department, Jon Bateman from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and Anne Applebaum, a staff writer at The Atlantic. CLICK HERE moderated the conversation, and here are some highlights ..read more
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133. Mic Drop: A surprising thing about war games and cyber attacks and why the military can’t trust AI
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1M ago
When the Hoover Institution’s director of war gaming, Jackie Schneider, started organizing war simulations more than a decade ago, she assumed that participants would respond to cyber attacks the same way they responded to traditional weapons of war – but it turns out that couldn’t be farther from the truth ..read more
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132. Meet the guy who single-handedly took down North Korea’s Internet.
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1M ago
When North Korea hacked Alejandro Caceres, he expected the U.S. government to rush to his defense. When they just shrugged, he took matters into his own hands ..read more
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