Danya Glabau’s Tech Links


There’s a lot going on in the security world right now.

First, Lockheed Martin was compromised. There was the series of Sony hacks, and the newest round of Gmail hacks. Then, just as a judge says that banks aren’t really responsible for security breaches of customer accounts (short version and long version), one percent of Citi debit card accounts were compromised.

Meanwhile, lawmakers are busy worrying about fake online currencies.

At least we don’t have these crazy intrusive ATMs… yet.

Responding to widespread criticism, Apple’s taking some pricing pressure off online publishers with a change to its In-App Subscription policies.

Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia, is still chattering about mobile operating systems and pushing back against acquisition rumors.

Danya Glabau is a graduate student at Cornell University. She is interested in science communication in mass media, and what it reveals about cultural values. More from this author →