Andrew Rossow

Andrew Rossow is the Deputy Editor and co-founder at Grit Daily. He is a millennial attorney, adjunct cybersecurity law professor, entrepreneur, author, and speaker on privacy, cybersecurity, A.I., AR/VR, blockchain, and digital monies. A current writer for Bloomberg Law, Law360, and CoinTelegraph, Rossow is also a former writer with Forbes and HuffPost, and contributed to many cybersecurity and technology publications. Utilizing his millennial background to its fullest potential, Rossow provides a well-rounded perspective on social media crime, technology and privacy implications, as well as news in the entertainment space. He is also a strong advocate against cyberbullying and online-harassment, utilizing his #CYBERBYTE movement to unite Hollywood and Silicon Valley in the fight against trolling.

Zoom Video Platform Hit With Class Action Lawsuit Over Privacy Concerns With Facebook

Surely by now, you’ve heard of the video distribution and conferencing platform, Zoom, since COVID-19 has forced the world to go digital. In recent weeks, the platform has certainly experienced a sharp rise in traffic, with the app downloaded more than 50 million times on the Google Play store alone. With a market valuation of close to $42 billion, up from $16 billion in 2019, Zoom is still having to answer for ‘Zoom bombing’ calls. ‘Zoom bombing’ is a new...

For Marriott Hotels, Lightning Does Strike Twice In New Data Breach Affecting 5.2 Million

Well, folks, it’s happened again. Contrary to the very naive and ignorant belief that “lightning doesn’t strike twice”, sadly to say doesn’t hold true when it comes to cyber-security and data privacy. Two-years following the November data breach Marriott suffered along with approximately 339 million guests, the hotel chain announced on its website on Tuesday that it happened again. If you’ll remember, back in November 2018, Marriott discovered that...

How the U.S. Government and a FOX News Appearance Brought the U.S. Women’s Tackle Football Team Stranded in Honduras Back Home

When the U.S. Women’s Tackle Football Team arrived in Honduras last week believing their only mission was to score touchdowns—they had another thing coming when the Honduras government announced hours before the team was supposed to return to the U.S., that it would be closing its borders for a week amidst COVID-19 concerns. The American Football Events team had been in Honduras to compete in the American Women’s Bowl, which was cancelled midway through the competition, leaving the team with...

‘Biblical Psychology’ Can Actually Help Our Mental Health During COVID-19.

With mental health at the top of our list right now as we are self-quarantining during the continued outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19), discovering new ways for individuals to help process the global pandemic that has taken our world by storm couldn’t be more necessary. As the WHO and our local governments are strongly encouraging us to “self-quarantine” and stay isolated, we are struggling to cope with said isolation. As of Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control...

Meanwhile In Florida: This Police Station Will Test Your Illegal Drugs for Coronavirus…For Free

Meanwhile in Florida…the Atlantic Beach Police Department announced in a Facebook post that any Florida residents who have purchased illegal street drugs, can bring it to the station to have it tested for COVID-19 (coronavirus). And no, this isn’t a case of entrapment. We think? The warning shared that if you bought cocaine, meth, heroin, or any other drugs in the area, that it could be contaminated with coronavirus: “WARNING: have recently purchased cocaine, meth, heroin, or...

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