#Google knows where you live, work and your ‘secret interests’, new ‘Shadow Profile’ report says
Google has been accused of spying on millions of Aussies by building profiles containing “intimate lifestyle details” including our “secret interests”.
Installing an AMD GPU on Ubuntu is trivially easy:
There's a difference between "the privacy we think we have when we’re in public and the privacy we actually have."
Prof. @Klonick demonstrated this by asking students to use info they overheard in public to find people online. The results shocked them. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/08/opinion/google-privacy.html
Stage 3B power grid loadshedding in certain parts of City of Cape Town. #SouthAfrica
Windows depends on gaming to survive. How do we defeat it?
Here's why I'm officially quitting Apple Laptops.
Any country's attempt to tackle disinformation must carefully avoid undercutting the deep connection between democracy and free expression.
Texas lawmakers are considering a bill that would significantly weaken important free speech protections for its residents. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/03/critical-free-speech-protections-are-under-attack-texas
@leon_allen Another law to plug the holes in human psychology. Banning weapons is no solution.
@lu_473t8 i agree, lol
No, Facebook, no!
Promising to open a data center in Canada does not mean you can negotiate an exemption from their data protection laws.
Privacy is a human right, not a bargaining chip. https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/facebook-canada-data-pressure-1.5041063
Facebook’s Head of Product Leaves After Privacy Pivot
Chris Cox announced he’s leaving the company one week after Mark Zuckerberg published his privacy manifesto. WhatsApp VP Chris Daniels is also out.
@jackbaty you'd be astonished after installing W10Privacy. 10 got more telemetry than a space shuttle.
@DuckDuckGo but is it really going to make a difference.
@infosechandbook Unreal Tournament 2003 also.
Facebook’s Data Deals Are Under Criminal Investigation
A federal grand jury is looking at partnerships that gave major tech companies broad access to Facebook users’ information.
Just hanging' around, you know.
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