This REAL Facial Recognition Case is Terrifying
This week in the Privacy News, Eufy responds to their critics, Google wants you to feed it your prescriptions, and ID theft of Driver's Licenses is not considered serious. Also, Epic has an Epic fine, Roomba AI photos leak, and a creepy case of Facial recognition software. We also look at Security news.

ChatGPT Malware is a Thing
This week in Business News, Pine releases info on the next Linux tablet, Linux teams up to make a Google Maps Alternative, and Tesla causes a another crash. Also, ChatGPT has been heavily praised, but it is already being used to create more efficient scams. We also visit SillyVille.

Social Media is Under Attack

This week in the Weekly News Roundup, Social Media is under attack for PI tracking, the FBI crime sharing database is hacked, and TikTok study shows self-harm videos shown to kids in less than 30 minutes. We also visit SillyVille.

Is Your Car Infotainment System Safe?

Is Your Car Infotainment System Safe?
This week in the Weekly News Roundup, law enforcement are tracking people through their vehicle infotainment system, Google's signing key leaked...oops, and Microsoft has another way to get you to switch to Windows 11. Will you go for it? And we also visit SillyVille.

Iffy Eufy Cameras

This week in the Weekly News Roundup, Privacy-focused cameras Eufy are not as private as advertised. We see Windows malware scaning phones and other attached devices for anything interesting, and Linus is being hard on the developers before the holiday festivities sets in. We also look at SillyVille.

Meta Gets Your Tax Info

These Tax Filing Websites are Sending Your Tax Info to Facebook
This week in the Privacy News, the student loan debt relief scam was just a way to collect emails for POTUS, CCTV cameras are everywhere and a new program is raising awareness, and iPhone analytics collects data that is directly tied to the consumer. Also, the most popular tax filing websites may be sending your personal information to Meta. We also look at security news.

SFPD Planning on Deadly Force Robots
This week in Business News, Mercedes plans a subscription for acceleration and Tesla wants chaos on the roads. Also, Alexa is losing money, iCloud photos leak into other people's accounts, and San Francisco looks to use robots capable of deadly force...what could go wrong? We also go to SillyVille.