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Category: Technogeddon

Category: Technogeddon

Mental Health Apps Share Your Data with Third Parties Without Telling You

April 22 2019

Mental Health Apps Share Your Data with Third Parties Without Telling You

Free apps marketed to people with depression or who want to quit smoking are hemorrhaging user data to third parties…

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Big Tech Wants Centralized Censorship – That Should Scare You

April 19 2019

Big Tech Wants Centralized Censorship – That Should Scare You

In the Immediate aftermath of the horrific attacks at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New…

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FBI’s Facial Recognition Programs Under Fire over Privacy, Accuracy Concerns

April 19 2019

FBI’s Facial Recognition Programs Under Fire over Privacy, Accuracy Concerns

The FBI still has not assessed whether its facial recognition systems meet privacy and accuracy standards nearly three years after…

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Google Leftists Panic about Leaks – Threaten Employment of Colleagues

April 19 2019

Google Leftists Panic about Leaks – Threaten Employment of Colleagues

Left-wing employees at Google are threatening the employment of their colleagues amid a panic about frequent leaks revealing political bias…

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Tech-Funded ‘Privacy’ Think Tanks Fighting AGAINST Privacy Protections

April 18 2019

Tech-Funded ‘Privacy’ Think Tanks Fighting AGAINST Privacy Protections

After years of ignoring the issue, lawmakers on Capitol Hill are suddenly engaged in a furious fight over enacting national…

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Frankenswine: Scientists Restore Function in Brains of Dead Pigs

April 18 2019

Frankenswine: Scientists Restore Function in Brains of Dead Pigs

A dead pig’s brain had some of its functions restored hours after it had been removed from the animal. Scientists…

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Electronic Surveillance Isn’t Spying – It’s Much More Powerful

April 17 2019

Electronic Surveillance Isn’t Spying – It’s Much More Powerful

Attorney General William Barr used the “S” word in front of Congress and the world last week, and organized fainting…

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Employee Privacy at Stake: Corporate Surveillance Technology Monitors Workers’ Every Move

April 17 2019

Employee Privacy at Stake: Corporate Surveillance Technology Monitors Workers’ Every Move

The emergence of sensor and other technologies that let businesses track, listen to and even watch employees while on company…

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Cops Trying to Stop San Francisco from Banning Face Recognition Surveillance

April 17 2019

Cops Trying to Stop San Francisco from Banning Face Recognition Surveillance

San Francisco is inching closer to becoming the first American city to ban facial recognition surveillance, a booming technology that’s…

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Mark Zuckerberg Leveraged Facebook User Data to Fight Rivals and Help Friends

April 17 2019

Mark Zuckerberg Leveraged Facebook User Data to Fight Rivals and Help Friends

Leaked internal Facebook documents show that the plans to sell access to user data were discussed for years and received…

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First New Sport Ever Created by Artificial Intelligence: Speedgate

April 16 2019

First New Sport Ever Created by Artificial Intelligence: Speedgate

Many existing sports have their roots in hundreds (if not thousands) of years of human tradition. But what if you…

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Goodbye Starry Skies: Big Corp Launching Enormous Orbital Billboard Ads into Night Sky

April 16 2019

Goodbye Starry Skies: Big Corp Launching Enormous Orbital Billboard Ads into Night Sky

Pepsi says it’ll use an artificial constellation, hung in the night sky next to the stars, to promote an energy…

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