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Your electronics are watching you. The good news is that it’s usually to fix bugs. The bad news is that the data they collect can be abused without some serious oversight.
Tech evangelists promising an internet-powered utopia helped design of social media as we know it. Their plan to unite the world was doomed the minute it met reality.
ISP's won't sell your porn surfing history, but the new law is still bad news for your privacy.
District Attorneys are going to try mandating encryption backdoors again and refuse to understand why it can't be done without cratering the modern economy.
Riot is being pitched as a digital, hyper-aware spy. It's nothing more than a simple data aggregator from public social media profiles.
Web 2.0 was all about sharing and networking. Web 3.0 is emphasizing securing your data from all the people with whom you shared and networked.
Amazingly, Harrington High School will not be prosecuted for spying on its students at home through school-issued laptops and creating child porn in the process...