School Surveillance Tech and Your Child
This week in the Weekly News Roundup, a new report shows school surveillance tech is harmful for your child, email servers may be breached, and another church runs an AI service. Also, Windows kills old activation keys and we spend some time in SillyVille.

Brave WoMEN in Tech
This week in the Banned News, Republicans can't reach the young people, Musk is under SEC investigation, and AI is being used in disinformation campaigns. Also, men claim non-binary to take over a womens conference.

Private ID Verification
This week in the WeeklyNewsRoundup, can we verify our ID privately? Also, malvertizing made its way to ChatGPT and scientists want to add broadband to your brain. We also visit SillyVille.

Good-buy Shopping
This week in Banned News, EU warns Musk about dis-information, a new AI tank is in the battlefield, and Target pulls out of crime-ridden cities.

The End of Data Harvesters?
This week in the WeeklyNewsRoundup, California passes a law to collect the data collectors, Google Authentication causes a breach? Also, UK watchdog tells us what we know about AI and a company wants to solve the labor problems. We also visit SillyVille.

Did Someone Peer Into Your Home?
This week in the Weekly News Roundup, Wyze cameras peer into other people's homes, Github Repojacking is still possible, and AI is being used to train driving cars. Also, Windows pushes universal printing standards, and we visit SillyVille.

Government Lacks Trust in EVs
Today in Banned News, Apple invites Mother Earth to the board meeting, Threads bans searching for certain topics, and the energy secretary lacks confidence in EVs...but tries to hide it.

Chrome Feeds Your Ad Profile
Today in the Weekly News Roundup, Google Chrome is now collecting data about your browsing, details on the Microsoft Azure breech, and Windows will soon ship without wordpad. We also look at robot and silly news.

Bill Gates Goes Crazy
Today we look at EV buyers remorse and the insanity around climate psycho Bill Gates. Also, as usual, crime is not being handled in many cities.