Latest news from Naked Security (2019/03/26)

Apple patches 51 security flaws

Apple’s update for iOS and macOS patches 51 holes, the more serious of which include bugs in Safari, Keychain and FaceTime.

FEMA exposes sensitive data of 2.3 million disaster survivors

The agency said it exposed 2.3m people’s details in a “major privacy incident” involving a contractor that set up temporary housing.

Tech giants back bill that privacy advocates claim is toothless

The main disagreement: if consumers will be able to delete their data or whether the law would give companies ways to wiggle out.

Family tracking app spilled pics, names and real-time location data

A journalist/researcher team got a sensitive database taken down after the vendor responsible failed to acknowledge a problem.

Medtronic cardiac implants can be hacked, FDA issues alert

Two serious flaws in the telemetry protocol could allow a hacker to control vulnerable Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICDs).