Genesis Market Crackdown, Life360 App Misuse, Tesla Customer Privacy Concerns

Law enforcement agencies across 17 countries have cracked down on Genesis Market, one of the largest criminal marketplaces, resulting in the arrests of 120 people globally.

Popular family safety app, Life360, has been used by sex traffickers to monitor and control their victims, highlighting the increasing use of GPS technology by criminals.

A recent news report reveals that groups of Tesla employees shared highly invasive videos and images recorded by customers’ car cameras, including embarrassing and vulnerable situations. The leaked footage was shared via an internal messaging system, potentially compromising customer privacy.

** Links mentioned on the show *

Genesis Market: Popular cybercrime website shut down by police

Sex Traffickers Used America’s Favorite Family Safety App To Control Victims

Special Report: Tesla workers shared sensitive images recorded by customer cars

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