New York City is probably best known for its skyscrapers and millions of people, not the trees that line its avenues. A new iPhone app goes out on a limb to give a little credit to the oaks and maples. And it's doing it thanks to open government data.
Peloton, the popular fitness application best known for its virtual cycling classes and exercise bikes, exposed thousands of users’ personal data via a set of improperly secured API endpoints. The company deployed a partial fix after security researchers forwarded the information to media partners.