Arrested by Facial Recognition
This week in the Privacy News, Amazon shuts down Halo Health, Meta to pay out money for the Cambridge Analytica scam, but AI might be the next one. Also, Edge is collecting all your browser visits and a man was arrested when falsely flagged by AI. We also look at AI News.
Chomebooks Are Designed for Planned Obsolescence
This week in Business News, Tesla wins a crash lawsuit, Shopify adds direct bill pay for merchants, and Microsoft is torn between agendas. Also, Red Hat begins layoffs and Chromebooks are built to be thrown away. We also visit SillyVille.
The First Step of the Matrix
This week in the Banned News, the Oklahoma Education Law gets the Florida treatment, NYC will get a climate school at sea level, and Snapchat has a new woke AI. Also, the first steps to the Matrix have arrived.
Students Targeted by Govt Data Collection
This week in the Privacy News, Aussey renters forced into data collection, three letters condemn Facebook for floating encryption, and students are being caught up in various data collection schemes by governments. We also look at security news.
Swatting as a Service
This week in the Business News, Samsung considers a switch to Bing, Whatsapp and Signal joining forces, and Netflix is about to end account sharing, and Snap looks to add augmented reality into shopping centers. Also, Swatting as a Service is on the rise. We also visit SillyVille.
NYC Declares War
This week in Banned News, California man gets jail for threat, chem trails his the main stream, and NYC declares war on meat and dairy.
Police State Has Arrived
This week in Privacy News, Carnegie Mellon fills buildings with sensors, new crime relies on victims using facial lock on phones, and the police are buying facial recognition and location databases. We also look at AI news.
Windows 11 For the Steam Deck?
This week in Business News, NYC rolls out police robots to not apprehend criminals, Google Maps will have a National Park mode, a new drone is being tested for deliveries, and Raspberry Pis will get AI chips. Also, Windows 11 will be a version for steam deck. We also visit SillyVille.
Is Your Garden Killing The Planet?
This week in Banned News, Biden brings on an army of influencers for his bidding, Germany to close down last nuclear power plant, and most of America will not consider an electric car. Also, your garden might be killing the planet.
Tesla Employees Share Your Photos
This week in Privacy News, Italy bans ChatGPT, MET police want to use live facial recognition cameras, and our data is being fed into medical research without our consent. Finally, Tesla employees accessed customer data, and shared the photos around the office.
Canada Beating USA to Right to Repair?
This week in Business News, Amazon closes a book store it bought a few years ago, then they push ads in Audible, and Paris votes to ban ebike rentals. Also, Canada makes some strides toward right to repair.
Chatbot Wants Our Souls
This week in Banned News, the military has become overweight, synthetic embryos implanted into monkeys, and rioters in France mean business. Also, AI convinced a man to off himself.
FBI Bought Your ISP Data
This week in Privacy News, New Zealand has a new digital ID program, Google and ADT release their first product, and a hospital in Orlando is being sued for HIPPA violations for using the Facebook tracking pixel. Also, the FBI bought ISP data, possibly including VPN tunneled websites. We also look at AI Overlords.
Valve Forcing Windows Updates
This week in Business News, Docker reverses course, Bytedance plans it's next assault on American youth, and the CCP wants to put a facility in Michigan. Apple wants to be a lender, and Valve ends support for Windows 7. We also visit SillyVille.
Ukraine Nonsense Just Got Weirder
This week in Banned News, Italy stands against lab grown meat, an EV kills itself when towed, and Ukraine shows that this is all a public show, but China is hindering the war effort.