Five Critical Password Security Rules Your Employees Are Ignoring – Tempemail

According to Keeper Security’s Workplace Password Malpractice Report, many remote workers aren’t following best practices for password security. Password security was a problem even before the advent of widespread remote work. So, what happened post-pandemic? Keeper Security’s Workplace Password Malpractice Report sought to find out. In February 2021, Keeper surveyed Continue Reading

Kaseya Rules Out Supply-Chain Attack; Says VSA 0-Day Hit Its Customers Directly – Tempemail

U.S. technology firm Kaseya, which is firefighting the largest ever supply-chain ransomware strike on its VSA on-premises product, ruled out the possibility that its codebase was unauthorizedly tampered with to distribute malware. While initial reports raised speculations that the ransomware gang might have gained access to Kaseya’s backend infrastructure and Continue Reading

Social media stars under fire for flouting rules on advertising | Social media- Tempemail

Social media stars Jodie Marsh, Chloe Khan, Lucy Mecklenburgh and Chloe Ferry have been named and shamed by the UK advertising watchdog for repeatedly flouting social media advertising rules, and face being fined or having their posts deleted. The Instagram stars have become the first influencers to be named on Continue Reading

Trump’s Facebook ban should not be lifted, network’s oversight board rules | Facebook

Donald Trump’s Facebook account should not be reinstated, the social media giant’s oversight board said on Wednesday, barring an imminent return to the platform. However, the board has punted the final decision over Trump’s account back to Facebook itself, suggesting the platform make a decision in six months regarding what Continue Reading

Mobile phone masts in rural England to be up to 20% taller in rules shakeup | Telecoms

Mobile phone masts up to 30 metres tall are to get the green light to be built in the English countryside, the government announced, a 20% increase on the current maximum. Under proposed changes to improve mobile connectivity and boost the rollout of 5G networks in rural communities, telecoms firms Continue Reading

NSW delays rules on Airbnb-style letting after concerns they are being rushed | Housing

The New South Wales government’s decision to delay the implementation of new rules governing Airbnb-style letting has been welcomed by accommodation-sharing platforms. The new rules – which include the expansion into regional areas of the 180-day cap on using empty properties for short-term rentals – were due to come into Continue Reading

Decoding emojis and defining ‘support’: Facebook’s rules for content revealed | Facebook

They run to more than 300 pages, envisaging and exemplifying some of the most borderline and ethically challenging uses of the world’s biggest social network by its 2.8 billion monthly users. Secret Facebook guidelines seen by the Guardian show how the company controls its mainly outsourced moderators down to the Continue Reading

UK social media influencers warned over ad rules breaches | Advertising Standards Authority- Tempemail

The UK advertising watchdog has warned social media influencers that they face being named and shamed, after a spot check of posts found widespread flouting of advertising rules. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) monitored the Instagram accounts of 122 UK-based influencers over a three-week period last September, which involved assessing Continue Reading

Tough new rules aim to make electrical goods last longer | Energy efficiency

Tougher rules are being introduced to make appliances such as fridges, washing machines and TVs cheaper to run and last longer, the government has said. New legislation aims to tackle “premature obsolescence” in electrical goods – short lifespans built into appliances by manufacturers so that customers have to buy new Continue Reading

Uber drivers are workers, UK supreme court rules | Uber

The UK supreme court has dismissed Uber’s appeal against a landmark employment tribunal ruling that its drivers should be classed as workers with access to the minimum wage and paid holidays. Six justices handed down a unanimous decision backing the October 2016 employment tribunal ruling that could affect millions of Continue Reading