Google Wants Telemetry in FOSS Software
This week in Privacy News, do we understand privacy enough to consent? Also, UK wants encrypted phones to be illegal, Tile makes stalking people easier, and Google has a few fun ideas to collect more data! We also look at some articles from our AI overlords.
Windows Deleting More Software
This week in Business News, Susan is leaving YouTube and her replacement might be worse. Also, Flatpak works on verification, lobbyist language gets input directly into NY R2R law, and Windows 10 for enterprise is over...time for Windows 11. Also, Windows will be deleting some software!
This week in Banned News, NPR thinks we should just keep masking up, NYT promotes geronticide, and DeSantis fights against ESG. Also, Greta slaughters trees to sell a book she isn't qualified to write, and NYC flags the teachers that didn't get vaxxed as criminals with the FBI.
Who is Watching You Game?
This week in the Privacy News, Biden talks some privacy proposals and we look at why some of the personal information data is so prevalent. Also, the WEF talks brain waves monitoring and Ubisoft watches you game and might just call the cops on you. We also look at security news.
Bing with ChatGPT
This week in Business News, HP printers accused of extortion, Google and Mozilla are fighting against Safari. Also, Gnome is returning background app functions, Windows 11 breaks content filtering, and Microsoft releases a new Bing with ChatGPT. We also visit SillyVille.
Nuke That Racist!
This week in Banned News, NYC now shuffles the illegal immigrants outside of the country, IVF screening allows for smart kids, and AI gives only what we give it first. Also, if the deactivate code for a nuclear holocaust is a racial slur, ChatGPT wants us to destroy ourselves.
Will Linux Become Illegal?
This week in Privacy News, Korea has a required spyware app for all your online banking needs, AU is trying to get more adoption in their online medical records database, and malwarebytes has privacy tips for your five year old. We also look at an EU law that may threaten Linux and other FOSS OSs. We also look at security news.
Pop Goes the EV
This week in Business News, Netflix has new rules for account sharing, the EU goes after shops for having dark patterns, and the Biden admin chimes in on app store monopolies. Also, third party vendors fail in privacy and EV vehicles have been destroyed while charging. We also visit SillyVille.
Sims Goes Tranny
This week in Banned News, a school solicits donations for WHAT?!? Also, woman uses social media to find a doppelganger to kill, a doctor calls for an end to mRNA trials, and Sims goes full on tranny.
Are We Waking Up to IoT Privacy?
This week in Privacy News, India's required education app leaked out all its data, TikTok is threatened by the EU, and people are getting filmed in public for social media acclaim. Also, most of the IoT appliances are not connected to the Internet. We also look at security news.
Texting Walmart for Stuff
This week in Business News, workers become drones when monitored, Google lays off 6% of employees, and they are being sued for anti-trust. Also, Microsoft invests in ChatGPT and you can now text Walmart for your stuff. We also visit SillyVille.
ChatGPT Finally Answers Matt Walsh's Question
This week in Banned News, we look at several woke, non-sense articles relating to fake animal food, climate change, and other topics that the toobies does not want the world to know. Join us to learn more about saving the planet!
How Is This for Apple Privacy?
This week in the Privacy News, Google now wants to enter the stalking business, and they just settled another privacy lawsuit. Also, two states create new COPPA rules, and Apple has a security and a privacy snafu. We also look at security news.
Open Source Metaverse?
This week in Business News, Google will update Stadia controllers to prevent e-waste, Windows breaks itself with multiple updates, and the self-driving Tesla video was apparently staged. We also see the Linux Foundation creating an open source metaverse. We also visit sillyville.