Ars Technica: Microsoft to stop locking vital security logs behind $57-per-user monthly plan. “Microsoft will expand access to important security log data after being criticized for locking detailed audit logs behind a Microsoft 365 enterprise plan that costs $57 per user per month.”
New York Times: U.S. Used Patriot Act to Gather Logs of Website Visitors. ” The government has interpreted a high-profile provision of the Patriot Act as empowering F.B.I. national security investigators to collect logs showing who has visited particular web pages, documents show. But the government stops short of using that law to collect the keywords people submit to internet search engines because it considers such terms to be content that requires a warrant to gather, according to letters produced by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.”
iAfrikan: Online web browsing logs of over 1 million people across Africa leaked. “A South African technology company, Conor, has suffered a data breach that exposed the web browsing details of over 1 million people in South Africa. This comes after an unencrypted database containing over 890 GB of Internet browsing log data of people’s online activities was discovered by security researchers on the Internet.”
Hongkiat: Top 5 Free Web Statistics Tools. “Either you own a website or a blog, it cannot be a one-way process where you just keep posting stuff and don’t pay heed to how the users are reacting to it. Therefore, it is important to keep an eye on web statistics like how much traffic are you getting, what type of visitors do you have and how they behave on your posts.” Nice overview. English is a little awkward but doesn’t impede understanding.