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Be sure Your Phone Will Rat You Out!

Be Sure Your Phone Will Rat You Out This week in Privacy News, DuckDuckGo has new privacy focused emails to protect your private emails and a priest leaves his assignment over using Grindr. We also look at some security news for the week. Handheld Steam Deck Based on Arch This week in Business News, Robot […]

America’s Smart City

America’s Smart City This week in Privacy News, TikTok starts offering job applications, China requires facial scans to play video games, and the NSA is still doing unconstitutional surveillance. Also, the first large American smart city failed to launch. Do people even want a smart city? We also look at some security news. A “Bank” […]

Is Your Car Snitching to the Government?

Is Your Car Snitching to the Government? This week in Privacy News, the Maine facial recognition ban passes, Google delays FLoC, and the government requires all automated cars report crash and near crash data to them. That will not end badly. We also look at some security news. TV-style Commercials in Video Games? This week […]

Self-installed Dystopia Apps

Self-installed Dystopia Apps This week in Privacy News, police were given Ring cameras to jump start the spy network, Facial Recognition denies unemployment benefits, and Pelonton wants your heart rate data. Also, Google is developing a Find My Device network and they are also installing dystopic apps on people’s phones. We also look at a […]

Your Check Body Light Illuminates

Your Check Body Light Illuminates This week in the Privacy News, Google enables end-to-end encrypted messages, a new smart lock connects to Amazon, and Facebook starts testing ads in VR. Ireland has a new dystopian search bill and the new trend in smart devices is a “Check Engine” light for your body. We also look […]

Apple Becoming More Invasive

Apple Becoming More Invasive This week in Privacy News, we see some ways we could get around Clearview AI and Facebook is developing a smart watch. Also we look at several ways Apple is getting worse for privacy. We also look at some security and data leak stories. Insurance Games This week in the Business […]

Windows Getting Naggy Again

Amazon Wants Your Movement Health This week in Privacy News, some positive privacy news out of MT and MD, Ring will require police requests to be public, and Apple pretends to care about privacy some more. Also, Chrome wants to save us from bad extensions, Google location privacy case was unredacted, and Amazon Halo wants […]

DMCA for Torrenting Ubuntu?

Google’s Health Algorithms This week in Privacy News, we look at the XBox One requiring an Internet connection to play offline games…to “check in”. Also, Clearview takes another hit in the EU and the Snowden revelations have been deemed illegal in UK. Finally, Google will be using health data for developing Algorithms…what could go wrong! […]

Data Privacy That Isn’t

Data Privacy That Isn’t This week in Privacy News, we see an update to the Audacity tracking, Google doing some creepy things, and the military will be monitoring soldier’s social media accounts. Finally, we look at the new data protection bill that doesn’t protect anything. We also look at some security updates. Two Additions to […]

Signal Trolling Facebook

Signal Trolling Facebook This week in Privacy News, Vizio makes more selling your personal data than it does on televisions, most people opt out of ad tracking on iOS, and Facebook – Instagram connection questioned in Germany. Finally, Signal wants to show people just how much data Facebook collects on people, and Facebook wont be […]

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