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我们的隐私可能就是这样被泄露

Supergirl    时间:2018-01-01 11:41    访问1051次 有用[1] 无用[0] 举报
随着现代技术的发展,越来越多的智能设备正在进入到我们的生活中。我们在各种社交平台上填写个人信息,让各种手机软件获取我们的地理位置。然而你是否考虑过背后存在的隐患呢?下面我们就来盘点一下各大公司是怎样一点点获取我们隐私的吧~


Google Maps for iPhone has been keeping a log of everywhere you go throughout the day on your "Timeline".

苹果手机里的谷歌地图在你手机的“时间轴”里保存了你一天的行踪日志。



It's actually kind of cool to look through – it can tell you exactly where you went at exactly what times on any specific day. It also shows you which photos you took at the place you went to. Which is very cool! But... also... you know, FRIGHTENING. You can totally turn this off in the Settings in the app.

它可以准确地告诉你,你在某一天某一具体时间去过哪里,看起来蛮酷炫。它还会显示你在去过的地方拍的照片。但是.......你也知道这令人害怕。你可以在app的“设置”里将其关掉。


Turns out Android phones were tracking your location, even if you had location services turned off.

就算关掉安卓手机的GPS,你会发现它依然在追踪你的地理位置。



To send push alerts and messages, Android had been collecting cell tower info on phones who had locations services turned off. That's enough to let someone know roughly where you are – what city, for example.

为了向位置服务被关闭的手机发推送提醒和消息,安卓系统一直在收集手机信号发射塔信息。这足以让某人知道你的大概位置,比如说你在哪个城市。


Apple asked us to teach our iPhone X's to recognize our face.

苹果让我们教会iPhone X识别我们的脸。



Welcome to the future, may I scan your face? Face ID launched for the iPhone X – you can unlock your phone just by looking at it. People might have had some qualms about it, but plenty went ahead and bought the phone and are happily using it. Apple says it's more secure than the finger Touch ID. And until true Face/Off technology is perfected we're ok. Oh wait...

欢迎来到未来,我可以扫描你的脸吗? iPhone X推出的面部识别功能——你只要看着手机,它就能自己解锁。人们可能会对此感到不安,但很多人还是买了,而且用得很开心。苹果说,面部解锁比指纹解锁更安全。就算真正的面部识别/关闭技术还没完善,我们也不会介意。噢,等等......


Marketers on Facebook are using "psychographic" techniques to target ads.

Facebook上的营销人员通过“消费心态”技术来定向投放广告。



Vice's Motherboard reports that based on just a few "likes", marketers can analyze your psychology, and serve you ads based on that. For example, they can tell if you're an introvert or extrovert, which can be used to more effectively get you to click on ads. Let's say a travel agency advertises packages to Las Vegas to extroverts, and secluded bed and breakfasts to introverts.

Motherboard的报告说,仅仅根据你点的几个“赞”,营销人员就可以分析你的心理,并在此基础上向你定向投放广告。例如,他们能够判别你是内向还是外向,这可以用来提高你点击广告的几率。比方说,向性格外向的人就要投放拉斯维加斯的旅行社广告,而向性格内向的就要投放安静的简易旅馆广告。


Amazon in India wants to use that biometric ID to track packages. So do Uber and Airbnb....

亚马逊(印度)利用生物识别ID来跟踪包裹,Uber和Airbnb(爱彼迎)也是这样......



BuzzFeed News obtained chats between customers in India and customer service agents from Amazon telling them that if they didn't upload their biometric ID (called Aadhaar,an identification system for India, similar to Social Security numbers, but with a biometric ID), it might delay being able to track their packages. It's one thing to give the government your biometric ID; it's another to give it to Amazon. Airbnb is considering using Aadhaar for hosts, and Uber and Ola are thinking of using it to verify drivers.

BuzzFeed新闻获得了亚马逊印度客户和客户服务代理机构的聊天记录,据此得知如果印度人不上传他们的生物识别ID(名为“Aadhaar”,类似于社会安全号码,但带有生物识别ID,是印度的识别系统)的话,他们的包裹记录就会有延迟。向政府提供生物识别ID是一回事; 但把这个ID给亚马逊又是另一回事了。Airbnb在考虑利用Aadhaar辨别房主,而Uber和Ola也在考虑要不要利用它来核实驾驶者。


Facebook has been using your phone's contacts to create a "shadow profile" with people who have you in their email or phones.

Facebook一直在使用你手机的联系人来和有你邮箱或手机号码的人创建一个“影子名片”。



You know how the "People You May Know" section is eerily creepy? Like, it might find your old landlord, or a family friend you've never emailed or don't have mutual friends with?

你知道“你可能会认识的人”这个功能是如何令人毛骨悚然的吗?比如,它能找到你的老房东、或者你从来没有给TA发过电子邮件或没有共同好友的亲戚的朋友?

A Gizmodo investigation showed how Facebook creates a network of contacts far beyond what you'd expect when you allow them access to your contacts list on your phone. You might never realize how much Facebook knows about you from access to your contacts until that one moment a really uncanny person shows up in your suggested friends.

Gizmodo的调查显示,如果你允许Facebook访问手机联系人,Facebook创建的联系网络会远远超出你的预期。直到Facebook向你推荐了一个诡异的人加为好友,否则你可能永远也不会意识到Facebook通过访问你的手机联系人对你的了解有多深!


Uber had a massive customer data breach, and didn't tell anyone for a year.

Uber有一个大规模客户数据泄露事件,但隐瞒了这件事足足一年。



Data from 57 million users was compromised back in 2016, but Uber didn't disclose it until November 2017. The hackers were paid a "bug bounty" of $100,000 by Uber. Bug bounties are common – a way of rewarding people who report software vulnerabilities. But this was usually large, and it skirted Uber's legal obligation to inform its customers there was a hack.

2016年,5700万用户的数据遭到泄露,但直到2017年11月,Uber才公布这件事。Uber给黑客支付了10万美元的“漏洞报告奖励”。漏洞报告奖励不是件新鲜事——是用作奖励那些发现软件漏洞的人。但这件事非同小可,它让Uber打了个法律擦边球,不用为刻意向用户隐瞒数据泄露事件担责。

你怎样看待上述这些泄露个人隐私的问题呢?欢迎在评论区分享你的观点哦~
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