Comments on Joseph’s Presentation
Bug bounties are a common way for developers to find issues with software before malicious hackers find the exploits. People who pursue bug bounties are usually known as “White Hat Hackers”, as opposed to “Black Hat Hackers” who hack into software to exploit back doors to break into software.
Comments on Felix’s Presentation
It’s interesting how many companies that have violated GDPR are American organizations. They seem negligent to the standards of privacy for European users, and it’s possible the massive fines to Google and Facebook do little to hinder their progress.
Comments on Hasibul’s Presentation
It’s interesting to see China’s use of surveillance compared to the America’s, you can see the differences of culture how Americans would scoff at such practices, while still voluntarily submitting data to unknown sources..