What you need to know about an Arizona forensic audit
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is currently looking into the forensic audit report of Netflix, which was conducted by the University of Arizona’s Arizona Forensic Audit Program.
The audit report revealed that the FBI and state police used Netflix’s server and databases to access a large amount of personal data.
The FBI also reportedly accessed the servers of local law enforcement agencies.
The report also revealed that police used multiple cloud-based platforms to store the information, including Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services, and Dropbox.
This raises the possibility that these services were used for nefarious purposes, such as collecting and analyzing data.
It is unclear how much information the FBI was able to access in total, but the FBI reportedly obtained approximately 30,000 images and 3.5TB of files.
It’s unclear if the FBI has already been served with the audit report, but it has been issued and the process is ongoing.
The Arizona Forensic Auditing Program has not yet responded to the report.
Netflix has since issued a statement denying the allegations.
We are committed to privacy and security for everyone in our home and in the world, and have never accessed any of our customers’ personal data, according to the company.
Netflix is also working with the Department of Justice on the matter, and Netflix is currently cooperating with the investigation.
It has also removed its website from the FBI’s search engine.