Welcome to the Daily Record's Sunday briefing.
The top stories you need to know today include news that the NHS passport app shares users' personal data, a £1million inquiry into Edinburgh City Council, plus flood alerts across Scotland.
Here are the latest headlines from Scotland and beyond on Sunday, October 24.
Vaccination passport app shares personal data of users with Amazon and Royal Mail
The Scottish Government's controversial vaccination passport was revealed by the Sunday Mail to share users' personal data with a host of private firms.
Personal medical information, in the form of a QR codes, is shared with companies including Amazon and Microsoft.
Civil liberty campaigners and opposition politicians are in uproar.
Cop26 security warning as 800 potential terrorists being closely monitored as world leaders to arrive in Glasgow
A military intelligence expert has warned that more than 800 potential terrorists are being closely monitored for any sign they could attack COP26.
Former colonel Philip Ingram says the UN conference, which starts October 31, will be a "very ripe" target for terrorists with "high potential" for attack.
Scotland traffic delays today after yellow weather warning for flooding
A 12 hour downpour starting last night has led to flooding alerts for much of Scotland.
The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for heavy rain and possible travel disruption.
Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) issued a more severe 'flood alert' for parts of Tayside.
Scots council slammed for failing to act against sex-abusing social worker
Edinburgh City Council is being heavily criticised during a £1million public inquiry for failing to take action on a sex-abusing social worker.
Council staff were said to be aware of multiple complaints about Sean Bell whose inappropriate behaviour was said to be an "open secret".
Why one Scottish town celebrates Halloween on a different day to rest of world
Halloween is already coming up next Sunday for most of the world - except for one Scottish town.
Residents of Kilmarnock guise on October 29 - also known as 'Killieween' - for one good reason.