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The Great Facebook Leak

The Great Facebook Leak This week in Privacy News, we look at the Facebook leak and the fallout surrounding it. We also see another state ban facial recognition, Android takes some steps toward privacy, but the Google group ad targeting is now in beta. We also see some other news that question why we give […]

Vaccine Passports are Coming

THIS VIDEO WAS BANNED BY YOUTUBE! You can find it here: Bitchute Rumble JoshWhoTV Vaccine Passports are Coming This week in Privacy News, we look at a bug in Chromebooks allowing anyone with access to your computer to see your location. Intel is accused of wiretapping, and the UK may force backdoors into Facebook properties. […]

Tesla Banned Chinese Military

Tesla Banned Chinese Military This week in Privacy News, we see an update to Facebook smart tech, Apple and Proton VPN get in a spat, and Amazon forces delivery drivers to be watched by AI. Also, Google removes clearurl extension, and Tesla is banned in China. We also include some smart tech and security news. […]

The Spy Who Sold Me

The Spy Who Sold Me This week in Privacy News, The Chrome Incognito mode court case will proceed, an encrypted phone company CEO is charged, and Tinder will allow background checks. Also hackers can steal SMS messages, TikTok forces personalized ads, and a car location data company is selling data to the US Military. We […]

Arrested By The Thought Police

Arrested By The Thought Police This week in Privacy News, Google TV adds kid profiles, VPN companies are sued by the movie industry, and Monero can now be tracked. Also, T-Mobile looks to sell data, VR can read your face, and people are being arrested in China for having the wrong emotions. We also cover […]

Google to Stop Tracking of People?

Google to Stop Tracking of People? This week in Privacy News, we see an update to Apple trackers, The Verge suggests people to store passwords on Google, and the FTC is called on to reign in people search websites. Also, Google says it will stop tracking people for individualized ads. We finish with a few […]

Do You Trust the Govt With Your Data?

Do You Trust the Govt With Your Data? This week in Privacy News, Facebook to get a wake word, trackers are found in LastPass, and a data breach shows the importance of regulating data. Also, Apple to get tile tracking to stalk people, Fintech is reaching the news, and some people want the government to […]

Is Signal Compromised?

Is Signal Compromised? This week in Privacy News, we look at Google and Facebook app prevalence, browser favicon tracking, and Amazon FBI agents hires. Also, we look at some evidence that Signal could be compromised. We also look at a few security articles including an M1 Mac virus and more. Facebook Nukes Australia News This […]

TSA Gets No-warrant Searches

TSA Gets No-warrant Searches This week in Privacy News, Fitbit allows more data collection, Instagram watches your private messages, and VA is set to get a Privacy Law. Also, the TSA gets warrantless searches at the border. We also look at Smart Tech and security news. Governments Created by Big Tech This week in Business […]

Ford Embeds Google In Your Car

Ford Embeds Google In Your Car This week in Privacy News, we see updates to the Apple/Facebook Debacle and the Ring-Police alignment. Also, a new partnership plans to put Google in your Ford. In Smart News, the Spot robot gets more terrifying upgrades, a new smart watch now has an EKG, and a new robot […]

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