DarkNet Politics – EU and Google Analytics, Rockstar hacker busted, Mozilla says no fair

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• Picture of the Week. 
• Can’t have it both ways. 
• Denmark has become the fourth EU member to rule that the use of Google Analytics is illegal. 
• Rockstar Games hacker is busted! 
• Mozilla says: No fair! 
• Vivaldi, Manifest V3, webRequest, and ad blockers. 
• Sticky Chrome vulnerabilities. 
• SMB authentication rate limiter now on by default in Windows Insider. 
• US bill to secure FOSS software. 
• Iran vs Albania. 
• Closing The Loop. 
• The Silver Ships. 
• SpinRite. 
• DarkNet Politics. 

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Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte
Security Now episode 890
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