The Privacy, Security, & OSINT Show – Episode 104

Posted on December 21st, 2018

EPISODE 104: Australia vs. Privacy

This week, I talk with Paul Ashley about the Australian Assistance and Access Act and what it means to all of us globally. I also recap the recent OSINT webinar and discuss new ways of searching breach data.

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INTRO:

Marriott Calls

AUSTRALIA vs. PRIVACY:

Paul Ashley
https://twitter.com/Sudo_Dr

OSINT: BREACH DATA:

https://inteltechniques.com/menu.html

LISTENER QUESTIONS:

Q: When one prints digital photographic images taken with their digital camera at a self-print machine in the United States, e.g. at a Walmart or CVS pharmacy, are the images and/or metadata from the images stored or uploaded to a company or Kodak server somewhere? What about printing online to store?

Q: In a recent episode, you said you change the name of your travel alias once a year. I assume you stay in hotels frequently and earn reward points. How do you change your travel name without losing your points and upper tier status in the hotel reward program. I’m a platinum plus member with Marriott with nearly 1 million points. I enjoy the perks like Executive lounge access, free high speed Internet, early check in, etc. Do you just forfeit the reward program benefits each year?


Data Removal Workbook:
https://inteltechniques.com/data/workbook.pdf

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