Is Your Child's Data Stolen?
This week in Privacy News, Amazon faces class action over bio-metrics in Go Stores, fertility apps found to collect more data than we thought, and the CDC bought cell phone data to track our obedience. Also, iD-Tech breached millions of kids data, but refuses to acknowledge the breach. We also look at security news.
Open Source ChatGPT
This week in the Business News, we look at Amazon shutting down the most popular camera review site, but they are going to be filling the sky with more satellites. Also, a new 3D printer repairs your organs and a new open source ChaptGPT alternative is being developed. We also visit SillyVille.
Ze Mormons Will Eat Ze Bugs
This week in Banned News, a new urgent climate change directive is released, Dr. Greta is now a thing, TikTok pushes actual suicide on teens, and Russian coder can't code...cause Ukraine. Finally, Utah assigns kids to eat bugs...yum.
Venmo's Big Privacy Problem
This week in Privacy News, a new gadget can sniff out all the bluetooth trackers near you. Also, Amazon Ring cameras data may be stolen by hackers, but did they get your car data, too? Also, Venmo leaks more data than you thought. We also look at AI news.
HP Goes Full Anti-consumer
This week in Business News, Mint Mobile sells to T-Mobile, FCC wants satellite phones, and Microsoft rolls out full page ads for edge. Also, Apple convinces India to loosen labor laws, and HP OTA updates printers. We also visit SillyVille.
The Privacy Implications in a Welfare State
This week in Privacy News, Whatsapp also says it will not bow to the UK privacy law, YouTube accused of collecting data on children, and the FBI finally admits to buying location data. Also, Denmark gives us a warning about the privacy implications about living in a welfare state. We also look at the coming AI overlords.
The Deathblow to Work at Home?
This week in Business News, Amazon Alexa takes a blow as do their retail stores. Also, Windows 12 code is being tested, TikTok blocks app store links, and businesses have a good excuse to end remote work. We also visit SillyVille.
This week in Banned News, protesters want reduced sentences for carjackers, and someone wanted to test the plan. Also, MIT is trying to recruit CEOs to climate change fear mongering, a new Biden nominee for FAA know nothing about the FAA, and US special forces testing deep fakes for psy-ops.
Will Signal Leave the UK?
This week in Privacy and AI News, Signal threatens to leave UK users behind if the encryption weakening bill is passed and scientists are working to use human brains to store information for AI. We look at several stories in privacy and artificial technology.
Self-driving Repossessed Cars
This week in the Business and Silly News, Ford wins a patent for self-repossessing, self-driving cars and our world gets one step closer to Demolition Man with virtual lips. We look at several stories in technology, business, and silly news.
A Collection of Plandemic Paranoia
This week in Banned News, we look at technology intersections to climate change, crime, population control with articles that can't be discussed on the toobies.
Did Amazon Just Buy Your Medical Records?
This week in Privacy News, Most apps lie about their Nutrition Labels, VR can ID you by your movements, and the EU bans TikTok, but Bytedance is mad. Also, White Castle faces a $17 Billion dollar lawsuit and Amazon buys One Medical. We also look at AI news.
Will The Drive for AI Drive Up Prices for All?
This week in Business News, Google tests blocking news in Canada, Chrome will automatically discard background tabs, and FitBit drops some features. Also, Twitter kills SMS 2FA for pleb users and ChatGPT search may drive up costs for the Internet. We also visit SillyVille.
Another State to Ban Gas-powered Garden Tools
This week in Banned News, another Clinton associate offs himself, a refugee wants to go back to Ukraine, and Soylent enters the next phase of marketing. Also, Norway will switch to 100% EV and MN moves to ban gas-powered garden tools.