Links of the day | 在网上找到

What The Boardroom Thinks About Data Breach Liability | Dark Reading – cybersecurity risk vs cost of insurance premiums. Expect the insurers to force innovation and better practices on large corporates rather then doing it off their own bat, a case in point being Sony Entertainment breach and TalkTalk

Tablet users indifferent to upgrades | TechEye – because they work well on their current consumption media use cases

Huawei who? We probe the sleeping storage dragon’s brains • The Register – nice summary of where Huawei is from

Vulnerable Coffee Machine Demonstrates Brewing Security Challenges Of IoT | Dark Reading – not terribly surprising. The problem is that in categories like TVs, you no longer an purchase a ‘dumb’ option

Microsoft says that collecting user data is ‘not an issue of personal privacy’ (MSFT) | Business Insider – oh really???

Facebook Prods Users to Share a Bit More – WSJ – interesting data point

Neuropolitics, Where Campaigns Try to Read Your Mind – to save articles or get newsletters, alerts or recommendations

Young shopper: south korean’s young shopper – What they expect from retailers | GfK – great insights on Korean consumers

Microsoft Surface Book teardown reveals almost impossible-to-repair design | ExtremeTech – 1/10, just waiting for Greenpeace to realise that there is campaign mileage in low teardown scores

Samsung Sells More Phones — but for Less Money – WSJ – the brutal commoditised business of Android handsets (paywall)

Internet firms to be banned from offering unbreakable encryption under new laws – Telegraph – you have no right to privacy but really bad people do

‘Candy Crush’ owner King sold to Activision Blizzard for $5.9bn – – (Paywall)