This week in the Weekly News Roundup, the founder of OpenAI wants to scan every eye in the world, AI is being used to create subscription Fraudware, and several companies have teamed up to take on Google Maps. We also visit SillyVille.

This week in the Weekly News Roundup, we look at accountants giving your data to big tech companies, Malware is being embedded in PWAs, and authors take up the fight against AI. Also, Tutanota is working on post-quantum encryption, and more.

Threads Unraveling
This week in the Weekly News Roundup, Threads is the talk of the town, and either the savior of the world or the worst app ever. Also, a new Windows malware can steal many credentials, and the FTC cracks down on fake reviews. We also visit SillyVille.

Government Can't Block True Speech
This week in Banned News, CNN has re-discovered sailboats! Also, a judge blocks the government from telling social media companies to take down opposition speech.

Mozilla Grabs More PII
This week in Privacy News, The UK Encryption law may cause encryption exodus, Meta wants to help you manage your child's social media addiction, and unsolicited smart watches are being sent to military members. Also, Mozilla grabs at more PII with the full integration of Pocket. We also look at AI news.

Rocky Linux Will Fight Again
This week in Business News, Biden will give more money to ISPs for Internet expansion, Google fights back against Canada's C18 bill, and YouTube expands the fight against adblockers. Also, a report shows us why we should use Adblockers and Rocky Linux keeps up the fight against RHEL. We also visit SillyVille.

Gay Furry Hack Attack
This week in the Banned News, Blackrock is ashamed of the ESG term, electric cars are failing, and the Biden admin is coming for the rest of our appliances. Also, a gay furry hacking group is terrorizing states that ban surgeries for minors.

Global File Scanning
This week in Privacy News, DuckDuckGo releases its desktop browser for Windows, UK activists want to make the proposed online safety bill worse, and the FBI forced police to lie about using stingrays. Also, Australia adopts new rules that will make or break big tech globally. We also look at AI news

Removable Batteries, Like 1999
This week in Business News, DPReviews finds a buyer and will not be shut down, Google sued over advertising monopoly, and the FTC goes after Amazon for dark patterns and cancellation headaches. Also, EU pushes for removable cell phone batteries. We also visit SillyVille.

Catholics for Climate Change
This week in Banned News, looters are running wild in San Francisco, and car makers are removing AM radios. Also, BMI is now racist, lab grown chicken is still a thing, and a Catholic takes up the mantle against climate change.