Privacy News for November 1


BBC News Launches ‘Dark Web’ Tor Mirror | BBC

China Passes Law Regulating Data Encryption | Engadget

Laws, Regulations, and Legislation

U.S. States and Territories Data Breach Statutes [updated/searchable] | JDSupra

Thought Pieces

What Happens to Stolen Healthcare Data? | HealthTech

The Cybersecurity 202: Facebook Spyware Lawsuit Opens a New Front in Encryption Battle | The Washington Post

Face Off: The Perils of Sharing Your Biometric Data | FinancialTimes

Privacy Tools

Here’s How to Stop Your ISP from Spying on You | Fast Company

WhatsApp Rolls out Fingerprint Lock Feature for Android Phones | LiveMint

This Week in Data Breaches and Leaks

The World’s First Internet Domain Name Provider Confirms Data Breach | Forbes

Adobe Left 7.5 Million Creative Cloud User Records Exposed Online | ZDNet

Virginia Department of Behavioral Health Alerts 1,400 Patients of Data Breach | Becker’s Hospital Review

Data Breach at St. Louis Health Center Impacts Up to 152,000 | AP

UniCredit Reveals Data Breach Exposing 3 Million Customer Records | ZDNet

Hackers Plead Guilty in Data Breach that Uber Covered Up | AP