Questions tagged [security]
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If i run a VPN service (paid) in the UK, do i by law have to keep logs?
So i want to start my own VPN company. Already have it setup and working etc but i'm based in United Kingdom (my servers are based in US though). Because i am based in the UK, i know that law ...
Search engine data breaches, osint
Such a search engine that is deliberately created for the purpose of collecting open source information about security related incidents including data breaches and including a link to the source that ...
Is it legal to covertly record (CCTV) a credit card pin number?
My local Supermarket (one of the top 3 in the UK) has modified its self-service checkout tills to include a CCTV camera about 1.5 meters vertically above the credit card reader pointing straight ...
Is transporting people into the countryside and leaving them a legal response for private security?
It is reported that three 16-year-olds were found without appropriate authorisation within the camping zone of Reading Festival, UK. Despite police telling festival organisers no further action would ...
Where in the world is decompilation and reverse engineering for security research legal?
Disclaimer: IANAL, the following is just my research up to now. I understand that in many jurisdictions, reverse engineering - and especially decompilation of software without explicit permission from ...
What are the rules and laws for guards and loss prevention in NYC during Covid-19 in NYC?
What are the rules and laws for guards and loss prevention in NYC during Covid-19 in NYC? I've read that security guards and loss prevention are not allowed to detain people, essentially false ...
Is it illegal to refuse to fix a hacked website?
Suppose there's a website or a server that has been hacked. There is no personal data stored anywhere, so there hasn't been a real data breach, because basically there's no valuable data to steal at ...